Lutsen Mountains' last chair of the winter season will be called Sunday due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a statement on its website.
Cleaning, hand-washing and social distancing will be prioritized during the ski resort's final days. The resort's indoor chalet, warming spaces and ski school will be closed for the remainder of the season.
Customers who have ski and stay packages that are scheduled to start Sunday to May 3 are canceled. Those who want to keep lodging reservations should call its reservation desk at 218-406-1320, where it will review options as policies vary between lodging partners.
Customers can receive a refund or credit in their Lutsen Mountains account; request one at www.lutsen.com/creditrequest.
For those still on the slopes, Lutsen asks skiers to practice social distancing in chairlift lines. Single lines have been removed, and skiers are asked to only ride with other members of their parties.
Papa Charlie's is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. for takeout orders only. The rental shop will serve only five people at a time.
"We appreciate the continued support from our ski community and hope to welcome you back to our mountain soon," a statement on the website read.
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