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The State of Utah has been a leader during these trying times by taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously and providing all the resources and guidelines necessary in efforts to protect our customers and employees, and re-open the beloved tourism industry. 

Cherry Peak  is closely monitoring government policy changes, OSHA, CDC guidelines and government mandates in order to maintain and make the necessary changes to our protocols and procedures. Our resourceful and forward thinking team has been hard at work creating and implementing new health and safety operating procedures for our guests during winter operations. The resort is uniquely set up to provide safe social separations and open spaces due to our expansive terrain, low crowds, inverted mountain setup and distributed hubs that naturally disperse people within our setting.

On this web page you will find important information about Utah, Cache County, and Cherry Peak health and safety efforts to ensure a comfortable and safe visit while recreating at Cherry Peak.


As we welcome back our guests for winter operations, we ask everyone to become familiar with our Guest Health and Safety Protocol. As we cannot anticipate every situation, we are asking our guests to take personal responsibility to be informed of and adhere to our basic COVID-19 preventive measures while enjoying everything Cherry Peak has to offer. Welcome Back!

  • Face coverings are required at all times.

  • Please adhere to all signage.

  • Adhere to all limited capacity requirements in our lodge, eating establishments, rental and retail shops. 

  • Practice Social Distancing by maintaining 6 feet from other guests while in our lodge, food service venue and parking lots.

  • Practice Proper Hygiene 

  • Stay home and rest if you are exhibiting any COVID-19 symptoms (fever, coughing, respiratory issues, aches/pains).

  • Adhere to pre-establish seating at our eating venues.

  • Guests can bring their own lunch and beverages and enjoy while tailgating. 


We are excited for winter operations and the safety of our Team is our top priority. Therefore, we have taken the necessary steps to ensure our Team remains safe while at work.

  • Team members will wear face coverings at all times.

  • We are encouraging team members to work remotely when possible.

  • Practice Social Distancing. 

  • Practice proper hygiene by washing hands frequently, use hand sanitizer and wear gloves.

  • Pre-Shift COVID-19 Prevention Temperature Screenings and Health Surveys.

  • Stay home and rest if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms (fever, coughing, respiratory issues, aches/pains).

In our efforts to minimize the risk of COVID-19, we will be increasing our cleaning frequencies, placing hand sanitizing stations throughout our facilities, entrances and at high use areas. All guest facing employees will be required to wear face masks.

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