KNOW BEFORE YOU GO

Colorado is in the Safer at Home phase of its Covid-19 response, which allows for a limited re-opening of businesses that adhere to strict social distancing and safety guidelines. Bars, restaurants and nightclubs are among those that have not re-opened.

 

While the State has entered the Safer at Home phase, some counties remain under Stay at Home orders, and there is no definitive way to predict when they will re-open or how this will affect summer travel plans.  We recommend keeping your plans fluid, researching county restrictions before you travel, and becoming familiar with reservation cancellation policies. 

 

Colorado has seen success in flattening the curve, but everyone's continued daily preventative actions are critical in reducing the spread of the virus and ensuring safety for everyone.

We appreciate your appreciation of our beautiful state and look forward to your visit in the future.

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Altitude

Non-residents, visitors and non-resident homeowners from lower altitudes are at a greater risk for complications from COVID-19 infection than residents, who are acclimatized to the high altitude environments on the Western Slope.

Public Health & Safety

Some areas on the Western Slope no longer permit visitors, non-residents, and second homeowners in their areas in order to maintain public health and safety and to continue to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

Burdens on Healthcare

Visitors to the area are imposing unnecessary burdens on health care, public services, first responders, and food and other essential services, and are creating issues with regard to enforcement of public health orders across the Western Slope.

Public Health Orders

Several counties have Public Health Orders in place requiring a 14 day self quarantine for non-resident and/or visitors to the area.