Check this page regularly to stay-up-to-date on our COVID-19 Safety Plan.
The 2021-2022 100 Mile Nordics season will look and feel different due to Covid-19 safety protocols and restrictions. Our club is mandated by the Provincial Government to produce our own guidelines for safe operation that adhere to current “best practices”. This FAQ section will answer most of your questions. However we invite you to download the complete PDF guidelines that we have produced to ensure everyone’s safety this season.
Rules and Guidance for Using the 99 Mile Trails & Facilities
If you (as a club member, employee, volunteer or guest) choose to use 99 Mile trails or facilities or participate in club programs or events, you MUST FOLLOW THESE RULES
Stay home if you don’t feel well or are displaying symptoms of COVID-19.
Stay home if you live in a household with someone who has COVID-19 or is showing symptoms of COVID-19.
Maintain 2 metre physical distancing in the parking lot, on trails and in the buildings.
To facilitate COVID-19 contact tracing by public health:
o Lodge users should sign the log when they enter the lodge (after sanitizing hands).
o Organizers will have a sign-in sheet for events and work bees.
If you use the lodge or washroom:
o Masks must be worn in the lodge except when eating (age 5+).
o Vaccination passports are required to dine in the lodge.
No outside food in the lodge.
Comply with the posted occupancy limits posted for the buildings. The occupancy limit for the lodge is 15.
GUIDANCE to reduce the risk of COVID transmission:
· Parking lot etiquette:
o Stay in your car until there is room to be 2 metres from other people.
· Trail passing etiquette:
o Our trails our wide, so use the space to keep 2 metres apart during passing.
o If you are approaching from behind, call out “Passing” to warn others you want to pass.
· Lodge etiquette:
o Masks must be worn in the lodge (except when eating; age 5+)
o Sanitize your hands when you enter the lodge.
o Do not linger in any building.
· Outhouse etiquette:
o Use hand sanitizer as supplied
· Do not approach the groomers and caretakers while they are working.
· Do not visit the Nordic Centre if you don’t plan to ski or snowshoe or are not essential support to a skier.