Summit County, Colorado Ski Hills Come Together With A Message About Uphill Access Closures -- VIDEO

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues across the globe, the message to stay at home and continue to practice social distancing is getting more and more important every day.

While most of the skiing and snowboard community thought that heading to the empty mountains that allowed uphill access was the perfect idea to stay active and be able to enjoy the slopes after the closures due to the virus outbreak, it hasn't been the best idea in practice.

Large amounts of people decided to try their hand at the uphill game, leading to the closures and banning of uphill access at many mountains, including those in Summit County, Colorado. To drive the message home to stay off these mountains and stay home while riding out the outbreak, leaders from Copper Mountain, Loveland Ski Area, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin have come together with the White River National Forest to ask for the public's help by staying off the mountains.


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