Jan 17, 2021

Re-Opening Day Moved To February 11, 2021

As you are now aware, on Tuesday, January 12, 2021, the Government of Ontario declared a second Provincial State of Emergency to address the COVID-19 Crisis. In addition to the provincial emergency, the province imposed a Stay-At-Home order that directly impacts the operations at Brimacombe, ski resorts across the province and countless other non-essential businesses in Ontario. 

As we approach what would have been our target re-opening date after the initial 28-Day lockdown that began December 26, we wanted to provide yet another operational update to our valued Members, Season Passholders and Guests for the 2020-21 season at Brimacombe.

Undoubtedly, these new measures have brought disappointment and frustration to many of you, as we anticipated a re-opening day of January 23. While this delay will now bring us to February 11, we continue to remain positive that we will be open again this season and be able to provide skiing and snowboarding for you and your family.

Throughout this time, we will continue to make snow as optimal temperatures allow and keep our slopes groomed and maintained. If there are any changes to our policies and procedures for this season, we will address this closer to our re-opening date, and as we receive more information from the Government and Health Authorities. 

We continue to work with industry partners throughout Ontario and Canada, highlighting to government and public health officials the changes we have made to our protocols and procedures, and, despite the revenue losses to-date, the financial investments we continue to make to ensure we can operate safely during this pandemic. 

Our team continues to look at new and innovative ways to ensure our continued operation through this, to remain viable for years to come. 

We want to thank you for your continued support and we look forward to the day when we can see all of your smiling faces back on the slopes.

Until then, be safe, be kind, and be responsible ­– please continue to wear a mask, stay physically distant and stay home unless for essential travel.