Revelstoke Mountain Resort announces one-day closure on Mar. 31 for ‘COVID-19 related circumstances’

Revelstoke Mountain Resort cites staff shortages and COVID-19 related circumstances for closure on Mar. 31.

File photo: The base area at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine

Revelstoke Mountain Resort has announced the ski resort will be closed on Wednesday, Mar. 31, citing “COVID-19 related circumstances.”

A Mar. 30 statement to the Revelstoke Mountain Resort Facebook page announcing the one-day closure. Photo: RMR photo

In a statement coming late Mar. 30, RMR said the resort is experiencing staff shortages and are “unable to open the mountain tomorrow.”

Following the Mar. 29 provincial announcement of closures to indoor dining, fitness classes and of the Whistler-Blackcomb resort, RMR posted an update on their website that said it wouldn’t have the entire mountain open due to staff shortages.

Indoor dining has been closed, but many of the resort’s restaurants remain open for patio or take-out. Details here.

Revelstoke Mountaineer contacted Revelstoke Mountain Resort this afternoon about changes to the schedule, but a spokesperson was not immediately available.

In the statement, the resort said it would provide further updates, stressing the importance of staff and guest safety.

For more, see our Mar. 29 COVID-19 update here:

Province closes Whistler-Blackcomb, enacts three-week COVID-19 ‘circuit breaker’ restrictions

Aaron Orlando is a Revelstoke-based journalist who serves as creative director of and Revelstoke Mountaineer Magazine. He's been on the news beat in Revelstoke for the past 14 years, serving in senior editorial roles. If you have or call/text him at 250-814-8710.