For an overview of updated Covid protocols and What to Expect for the 2021-22 season, click here.
February 27, 2022 Update
As of February 28, Nova Scotia public health announced proof of vaccination will no longer be required to participate in discretionary activities like skiing. Ski Wentworth will no longer be asking for proof of vaccination.
As of March 5, we will be begin loading the chairlift with four people per chair. Masks will be required while riding the chairlift with people outside your group.
All other current Covid protocols will remain in place.
As of March 21, Nova Scotia government announced all Covid restrictions will be lifted.
As of March 21, Ski Wentworth will continue:
– limited number of lift tickets
– online pre-purchase of lift tickets/rentals/lessons
– enhanced cleaning
– no outside food or bags in the lodge
– Ducky’s as a full service restaurant. You will be able to access Ducky’s from inside the lodge
* Masks will be recommended indoors, but not mandatory
December 2021 Update:
In accordance with Nova Scotia public health policy, participants 12 years of age and older will be required to show government issued proof of full vaccination to use Ski Wentworth facilities. Proof of vaccination and a piece of personal identification (18+ years) will be required before redeeming your lift ticket and rentals or picking up your season pass. Children 11 and under must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated caregiver.
If you can not show proof of vaccination and want a refund on a season pass that is already purchased, you can request a full refund (less $25 admin fee) before Dec. 11, 2021. Email your request to email@example.com.
Ski Wentworth will follow all Nova Scotia public health protocols in place during ski season.
If you choose to put yourself and others at risk by not following the safety protocols, you may be asked to leave the premises.