October 15, 2021
YMCA of the Rockies is committed to providing you a fun and safe experience.
Guest Safety Guidelines and Practices
Consistent with the guidelines and requirements of our local counties, YMCA of the Rockies is taking precautions to protect the health of our guests and our staff.
We ask that all guests and staff demonstrate the YMCA values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Faith toward each other as we all navigate these changes.
Guests are asked to follow the protocols below regarding face coverings while at YMCA of the Rockies:
Snow Mountain Ranch
- Masks are required for all guests when in the Schlessman Commons Dining Room when not seated at a table.
- Both vaccinated and unvaccinated persons are strongly encouraged to wear masks in public indoor settings or outdoors when six-feet distance cannot be maintained to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
- Please be respectful when visiting other businesses in our local areas, as each business may have their own requirements regarding face coverings.
Estes Park Center
- As of Oct. 20, 2021, masks will be required to be worn in all indoor public spaces in Larimer County according to a public health order from the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment. The order requires that all persons aged 3 years and older wear face coverings. Limited exceptions, including for individuals who cannot medically tolerate a face covering.
YMCA of the Rockies is also committed to enhanced cleaning and sanitation measures. These cleaning protocols are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and state and local public health officials.
All public areas of YMCA of the Rockies buildings are deeply sanitized on a regular basis using hospital-grade EPA-approved agents and virus eliminating chemicals. High-touch areas are sanitized multiple times per day with CDC-recommended cleaning materials.
Please note that there is currently no maid service available. Linens can be exchanged at the guest laundry facilities. For lodge room guests, towels and supplies are available at the linen tables in lodge lobbies. Currently there is no self-serve coffee available in lodges. Please visit the dining hall or cafe for your morning coffee needs!
Groups, Events & Reunions
Learn more about how we are currently hosting groups, events and reunions. For Estes Park Center, please call our conference department at 970-586-3341 x1021, and for Snow Mountain Ranch please call 970-887-2152 ext. 4127 for more information and details.
Positive Test Results
In Grand County, local public health orders require that individuals who test positive for or have been exposed to COVID-19, while in Grand County, will need to extend their stay at their own expense to complete isoation or quarantine requirements if they cannot drive home without stopping.
Grand County Public Health
Larimer County Public Health
Guest Assumption of Risk Waiver
Every adult in your party will be required to sign a Guest Assumption of Risk Waiver. If you are staying at Estes Park Center, you may download it now, print, sign it and bring with you to the front desk to reduce the time spent checking in. Please do not email it in advance.
For guests staying at Snow Mountain Ranch, you are able to fill out your Guest Assumption of Risk and Liability Waiver online! Use the link provided, or scan the QR code to fill this form out prior to your arrival.
When you arrive at the YMCA, please proceed to the front desk at the Administration Building to check-in. Please keep at least a 6-foot distance from others while inside.
When you check out by 10 a.m., please leave your keys inside your lodge room or cabin. You will receive an email with a copy of your final bill. Please, do not go to the front desk. We encourage you to charge the credit card on file and using in-house room charges while on property.
Please plan to use credit cards or room charge for transactions. Please be prepared for outlets at YMCA of the Rockies to not offer a cash transaction, as this offering is extremely limited at this time.
Visiting Rocky Mountain National Park
Some areas of Rocky Mountain National Park are currently closed due to wildfire damage. For more information call Rocky Mountain National Park directly at (970) 586-1206 or visit the official national park website.