14 March 2020
Update on Vail Resorts Operations from CEO Rob Katz
As a global operator of 37 ski resorts, Vail Resorts is monitoring the rapidly evolving impacts of coronavirus (COVID-19) from all angles. Unwaveringly and without question, our top priority is the health and wellbeing of our guests and employees. We are fortunate to have strong partnerships with the communities where we operate and we are closely monitoring the statements and following the guidance and recommendations from local, state/provincial and federal health agencies on cases of COVID-19.
09 March 2020
Vail Resorts Takes Precautions for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
All Vail Resorts properties are operating normally. The health and wellbeing of our employees and guests is our top priority. As a part of that commitment, Vail Resorts is closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization’s (WHO) statements regarding novel coronavirus (COVID-2019) and following the guidelines from these agencies, as well as from local health departments where we operate resorts in the United States, Canada and Australia.
04 November 2019
Snowmaking Begins at Stowe and Okemo Resorts in Vermont; Opening Days Approach
A combination of world-class snowmaking and favorable temperatures have allowed both Stowe and Okemo to start making snow at higher elevations during the first weekend of November.
23 August 2019
Vail Resorts Announces Mountain Division Leadership Changes
Vail Resorts today announced that Executive Vice President Chris Jarnot will step down from his role, following an impressive 34-year career with Vail Resorts. With Jarnot’s transition, and in anticipation of the closing of the Peak Resorts acquisition, the Company has announced the creation of three new regional leadership roles to support Vail Resorts’ growing global portfolio.
08 February 2019
Vail Resorts EpicPromise Announces Inaugural Stowe Community Grant Award Winners
Vail Resorts EpicPromise is pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural 2019 community grants cycle. 10 local non-profit organizations received more than $35,000 in cash and in-kind product support aimed at supporting the issues that matter most in and around the Stowe region. Across the company, Vail Resorts will give $11.4 million in support to more than 250 community non-profits over the upcoming year.