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Beartooth Basin Ski Area Confirms May 30, 2020 Opening

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We will be OPEN this season!! May 30 until the snow is gone! This was a very difficult decision for us to make as we’re living in a dynamic world and nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our community (this includes you!) We will be operating in compliance with all federal and state COVID-19 guidelines. There will be special rules in place for our guests this season and we plan to enforce these very seriously!! Please refer to our website as the season approaches for our in-house C-19 guidelines, updates and how to be a responsible ski patron. We can’t wait to see happy faces and provide a source for your mental and physical health! #spiritofskiing #beartoothbasin

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Beartooth Basin Ski Area, the tiny summer-only operation perched atop Montana’s Beartooth Pass will open on May 30, 2020 for skiing and snowboarding. With Yellowstone National Park partially opening, the only access to the mountain will be from the Montana side for now. But hey, we’ll take what we can get right? Beartooth plans to operate with strict rules in place to ensure the health and safety of all guests.

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A press release from the resort reads:

We will be OPEN this season!! May 30 until the snow is gone!

This was a very difficult decision for us to make as we’re living in a dynamic world and nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our community (this includes you!)

We will be operating in compliance with all federal and state COVID-19 guidelines. There will be special rules in place for our guests this season and we plan to enforce these very seriously!!

Please refer to our website as the season approaches for our in-house C-19 guidelines, updates and how to be a responsible ski patron. We can’t wait to see happy faces and provide a source for your mental and physical health!

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