Operational Update: March 1, 2022
With key public health and health system indicators continuing to improve, Ontario is cautiously and gradually easing public health safety measures. As such, Brimacombe will continue to alter our policies and procedures as restrictions begin to ease.
The following changes went into effect as of March 1, 2022:
- Proof of vaccination requirements have been lifted on chalets
- Capacity limits have been lifted indoors
Reminder, proper face masks continue to be required to be worn at all times when indoors. Face masks are strongly recommended outdoors especially when in line outdoors, on the slopes and lifts but will only be required outdoors in areas when physical distancing is not possible and for participants while in lessons.
While capacity restrictions have been lifted, we will continue to encourage physical distancing whenever possible, including maintaining current table arrangements, flow of food services and in rentals.
We are currently reviewing our storage availability in the chalets, however at this time, no bag storage or personal belongings will be allowed to kept on-site, please leave your belongings in your vehicle.
The West Chalet will continue to be open weekends only. The lower level will be open for washroom use and as well as a 20-minute warming area (no food or drink in this area). The upper level will be open with limited seating consumption of bagged lunches. Time limits will be in effect – these areas are not for spectators/non-participants to hangout in for extended periods of time. Please note, Food Services will not be available.
Brimacombe will continue to offer limited indoor dining upstairs in the East Chalet of purchased food only, on a first come, first-seated basis. Time limits will be in effect – these areas are not for spectators/non-participants to hangout in for extended periods of time. Outside food or beverages and/or bags will not be permitted inside the East Chalet. Take-out food services will also continue to be offered at the East Chalet, as well as a 20-minute warming area in the lower chalet (no food or drink in this area).
Brimacombe has taken a number of steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 while working to maintain our core services. We’re continuously monitoring information about COVID-19 from government and public health authorities, and will make decisions about services, programs, and facilities with the health and safety of our guests and employees in mind. For the latest updates, please visit www.brimacombe.ca.