COVID-19 Information

May 1 - Update
Boler Mountain remains committed to offer our summer outdoor recreation opportunities. We will continue to modify dates and times of operations based on information received from our Federal, Provincial, and Municipal governments. Until we are allowed to reopen everyone must stay off Boler Mountain property as we need to abide by the directives of our governments. In the interim we continue to develop extra safety precautions that will be implemented when we are able to reopen.

May 10 - Update
In the near future we expect to be able to open our mountain bike trails. Any one who is not feeling well or has traveled in the last 14 days must stay away from Boler Mountain. During Phase 1 of our reopening the chalet will remain closed and we will be using our ticket window for guests to check in and make purchases. Water stations and washroom facilities will not be available. Strict physical distancing must be adhered to in the parking lot, at the chalet and on the trails. All riders must check in and out at the ticket window. If you wish to purchase a mountain bike season pass we ask that you purchase in advance using our online store. We will be launching our online waiver portal this week as well. For those that have already purchased a mountain bike season pass we ask that you complete the online waiver before coming to ride the trails.

May 20 - Update

Boler Mountain is committed to the health and well-being of our guests and staff. Here are some of the precautions that we are taking to protect you while you are on our property:

  • Hand sanitizing stations are set up throughout the premises
  • Lots of outdoor space for physical distancing
  • We are limiting the amount of staff we have in a building or resort location to be able to accommodate guests, while physical distancing
  • Staff will wear masks and face coverings when physical distancing is not possible
  • Common areas and washrooms are being cleaned and sanitized frequently

Mountain Biking & Fitness Trails

  • Mountain bike day tickets and season passes must be purchased at the outside ticket window to limit contact
  • All sign in & out for the trails (biking & hiking) will be done through the ticket window
  • Waivers for season passes will be completed online to minimize contact
  • The Thursday Night Mountain Bike Race Series has been suspended until further notice

Treetop Adventure Park

  • Treetop Adventure Park reservations have been spaced out and are currently limited to 5 guests per start time
  • Reservations must be made and paid for online 24 hours in advance of your booked time
  • Waivers are being completed online to minimize contact
  • All customers are to wait in their cars until their reservation time
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at the start of each Treetop course
  • Physical distancing between guests must be observed by all guests on the ground and while in the courses
  • For the time being the Big Zip will be closed
  • Helmets and harnesses will be disinfected after each use

Please remember that all our safety guidelines that we adhere to for the Treetop Adventure Park and Mountain Biking are still being followed. We will incorporate the COVID-19 guidelines in addition to our regular practices.

PLEASE READ: Thank you for coming to enjoy Boler Mountain. Your visit at this time comes with an elevated duty of respect and care for our Guests and Team Members. By showing up at Boler for your visit, you are agreeing and stating that to the best of your knowledge you have not been exposed to any person or other that may have or has been exposed or is a carrier of the Covid 19 Virus. And that if you become aware that you or a person or other has been exposed to the virus you will inform one of the management team so the necessary actions and precautions can be exercised. While visiting and carrying out your activities at Boler you agree you will practice an elevated regime of hygiene - washing hands, avoiding touching of face, wearing and properly disposing of PPE.

May 25-Update

We are adhering to the recommendations by the Canadian Government and public health officials that wearing a homemade non-medical mask/facial covering in the community is recommended for periods of time when it is not possible to consistently maintain a 2-metre physical distance from others, particularly in crowded public settings.