Updated September 1, 2021 Together we can Adapt Responsibly Beginning Monday, September 6, 2021, the Adaptive Sports Center will require all incoming participants, including any other non-participating persons accompanying the participant(s), to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Anyone registered before September 6th can continue to follow the prior testing protocols or vaccine option that were in place at the time of registration. Participants and any other non-participating persons accompanying the participant(s) who are not medically able to be vaccinated, including those not old enough to be vaccinated (at the time of publication under the age of 12), will continue to have the ASC's testing protocols as a viable pathway to participation. These individuals will need to provide a negative test taken within 5 days prior to participation. Additionally, masks will be required at all times while inside and will be required when within 10 feet of other participants, staff, and the general public while outside. The ASC is a highly interactive environment, and this update is for the benefit of many of our participants who have primary or underlying conditions that are COVID risk factors. We are happy to report that our entire staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated and we're ready to have some fun in the mountains. Our program is located at Crested Butte Mountain Resort, a Vail Resorts owned and operated resort. Our COVID and vaccine policies are in line with the resort's policies which you can review here. All policies and guidelines are subject to change. REGISTRATION ALL PARTICIPANTS Please submit your registration a minimum of two weeks in advance of your desired lesson dates. Due to numerous Adaptive Sports Center (ASC) considerations, the sooner you submit your registration, the better. Individuals must agree to all pre-trip information, which will be sent from the ASC before your arrival. You will receive a registration confirmation email from the Adaptive Sports Center. Do not finalize any travel reservations in the event we are booked for your desired lesson dates and/or consider important cancellation policies. Once you receive registration confirmation, make any reservations for airfare, lodging and other services. To help you come prepared, refer to our Summer Packing List. We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance, especially during these unpredictable times. Hit the Road—Crested Butte here we come! Please follow the CDC Travel Guidelines as you travel. Follow the policies and procedures below based on your vaccination status. IMPORTANT COVID-19 PRE-TRIP CONSIDERATIONS VACCINATED Submit a copy of vaccination card with each registration. This also includes non-participating persons accompanying the participant(s). Individuals must complete the ASC Participant COVID-19 Vaccine Questionnaire and the ASC COVID-19 Disclosure and Informed Consent Agreement. Receive your confirmation. Book your travel and lodging arrangements. See Registration Information above for more information. UNVACCINATED If you are not medically able to be vaccinated, or too young to be vaccinated, please follow these policies and protocols. Before going through the steps required below, inquire about lesson availability for your desired dates. Submit your registration request. Submit a letter from your primary physician confirming you are not able to be vaccinated due to a medical consideration. A physican’s note is not required for proof of age for those who are not old enough to receive the vaccine (at the time of publication under the age of 12). Include the physician's contact information. Individuals must complete the ASC Participant COVID-19 Vaccine Questionnaire and the ASC COVID-19 Disclosure and Informed Consent Agreement. Receive your confirmation. Follow the below testing protocols and requirements for non-vaccinated participants. TESTING PROTOCOLS & REQUIREMENTS FOR UNVACCINATED PARTICIPANTS: Participant(s) and other visitors who will also be directly involved in programming will be asked to take a COVID-19 test within 5 days of their first day of programming. A. Anyone who tests positive or is unable to provide test results will not be allowed to participate. B. Tests are due to the ASC a minimum of 24 hours before the first day of programming. C. Lessons are not confirmed until results are received. Lessons and activities will be postponed until results are provided. D. Check with your local testing provider on the timing of the result and plan accordingly. You can find a testing site here. E. For those who will be participating multiple times throughout the season, we are asking for negative rest results every three weeks. Individuals must agree to all pre-trip information, which will be sent from the ASC before your arrival. This includes completing the ASC Participant COVID-19 Vaccine Questionnaire and the ASC COVID-19 Disclosure and Informed Consent Agreement. After your test, please practice "safer-at-home" as best as possible. Participants must be independent in their basic activities of daily living (ADLs) or will be accompanied by someone who can assist. Participants must also be in need of minimal physical assistance during their ASC-associated activities. Basic activities of daily living (ADL) are defined here. You are advised not to participate in ASC programming if you are unvaccinated and part of a population that is at high-risk for COVID-19 complications. Please follow this link to find out if you are at high-risk for severe illness due to COVID-19. Please be aware that medical resources in the Gunnison Valley are limited due to the rural healthcare system, with the closest level one trauma center 90 miles from Crested Butte. You can find more details about the Gunnison Valley healthcare system here. Before you depart for Crested Butte, affirm you are symptom-free. For a full list of COVID-19 symptoms, please follow this link. Due to the fluid nature of the pandemic, the ASC highly recommends that individuals purchase travel insurance that includes, but is not limited to, travel, lodging, meals, and non-ASC rentals. A. If a cancellation occurs due to COVID-19, the ASC will fully refund any activity-specific fees. Accrued travel, logistics, and medical costs associated with the illness will be the responsibility of the participant. Gunnison County COVID-19 System Overview Please review the Gunnison County COVID-19 Coronameter: Green: No restrictions apply. Blue: The ASC will allow programming within the parameters of the current Public Health Order. Yellow: The ASC may allow programming within the parameters of the current Public Health Order. The ASC may allow any programming that is already in process to continue as planned and meets the criteria of the current Public Health Order. Extra precautions or considerations may be needed. Programming that has not yet begun will not be allowed to begin. The beginning of programming is defined as the first scheduled activity session of the visit that has been provided. Orange: No ASC programming is allowed and is restricted by the county. Any ASC programming in progress will not be allowed to continue. It is more than likely that the ski area will be shut down at this level. Red: County Shutdown. View more information on the latest Gunnison County Public Health Orders. DURING YOUR ADVENTURE The well-being of our amazing participants, beloved instructors, and small community will continue to be a priority this summer! Please adhere to the following policies and procedures as a sign of respect. ALL PARTICIPANTS Cleanliness is next to radness! Hygiene is key. Plan on washing or sanitizing hands upon arrival and being reminded to do so numerous times throughout the day. Participants must pass a daily pre-activity symptom screening. VACCINATED PARTICIPANTS Fully vaccinated participants will be required to comply with the Gunnison County Public Health Orders at the time of your visit. UNVACCINATED PARTICIPANTS Unvaccinated participants will be required to follow additional ASC polices as outlined below. This will not only help to make your visit as normal as possible, this will also help protect those within our community who are not able to get vaccinated, such as those with an underlying medical condition. REQUIREMENTS: The ASC will be following Gunnison County social distancing guidelines for outdoor programming with a minimum of 10 feet during programming sessions and 6 feet during non-activities. Those who cannot or will not maintain social distancing requirements will not be allowed to participate. Masks will be required when within 10 feet of other participants, staff, and the general public while outside. They will be required at all times while inside. “Neck Gaiters” or "Neck Tubes" are permitted as face coverings as long as they are double layered or folded to make a double layer. Please review the CDC’s Guide to Masks. Respect other's comfort zones. People will desire and need their space. During programming, interaction with other ASC participants and the general public will be minimized to the greatest extent possible. We know there are several additional ASC policies that apply to unvaccinated individuals. We appreciate your cooperation. However, if the ASC staff determines that a participant cannot comply with reasonable accommodation or refuses to meet his/her obligations, we will need to cancel any and all lessons. What if there are signs and symptoms during your visit? If a participant is feeling moderate to severe symptoms after hours, they will be directed to call the local health care professionals and follow those directives. Gunnison County Public Health Hotline: 970-641-7660 Participants and families must be able to accommodate personal medical needs if a participant or someone in their party becomes ill during the trip. Please be advised that this could include working directly with local health officials and services for medical care. WHEN YOU RETURN HOME We encourage everyone to communicate any COVID-19 symptoms that occur within two weeks following your trip to the ASC and Crested Butte by calling the Gunnison County Public Health Hotline at 970-641-7660.