April 2, 2020- 10:30AM MTN

Tamarack Resort Limits Resort Access Through May 1;
Deploys Resources to the Community

 

April 1, 2020 – In response to enhanced federal and state guidelines to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Tamarack Resort is limiting access to the resort until May 1 to help protect the safety and wellness of the Valley County community.

 

Tamarack had already suspended recreation and restaurant operations on March 17 when it ended the ski season early. In addition, access to private Tamarack Resort property is limited to only essential employees and homeowners. No guest access or uphill traffic is allowed at this time.

 

The Village Market will continue to operate on a limited basis to provide basic goods, take-out and delivery meals to essential employees and homeowners. Continued operation will be reassessed on a weekly basis.

 

Reservations & Recreation: While no lodging or event reservations will be available during April, guests who book beginning in May will receive full refunds if the resort reopening is delayed. Express Card holders that pre-purchased a day ticket and were unable to use it during the shortened ski season will be able to use it next winter.
For more information related to lodging, please contact 208.325.1009.  For recreation related information, please contact 208.325.1030.

 

Real Estate: Due to the Governor’s stay at home order, the President’s extension of social distancing guidelines to April 30th, and Valley County’s desire to limit the people traveling to Valley County, construction of Village Plaza has been temporarily paused.  The Tamarack real estate team is still able to provide virtual tours and private tours digitally for those interested in properties including the new Village at Tamarack residences. For more information, contact 208.325.1001.

Supporting our Community: The Tamarack team is doing its part while working remotely when possible and practicing social distancing and all safety precautions around the resort. We’re also supporting our Valley County community by:

  • Making additional paid leave available to our paramedics and EMT mountain operations team members so they can provide their skills to our area medical facilities as needed
  • Gathering resort’s PPE’s for St Luke’s McCall Medical Center
  • Providing weekly Meals on Wheels through the Donnelly Food Bank
  • Offering our Canoe Grill space to county, city and medical facilities for their potential storage needs

If there are additional ways Tamarack can support our friends and neighbors in the region, please reach out to gloriamiller@redskypr.com . For the latest on Tamarack Resort operations, visit TamarackIdaho.com.

 

Tamarack is planning to reopen the resort and restart construction on Friday, May 1, dependent on federal, state and community directives.

March 30, 2020- 12:30PM MTN

During these crazy and challenging times Tamarack is committed to the health and safety of our staff, homeowners and our entire community.  We are in full support of Governor Brad Little’s Stay at Home order and the Federal Government’s Social Distancing Guidelines.  At this time Tamarack Resort is not accepting visitors to the resort for site seeing, lodging or any other recreational activities.

Village Market and Clearwater Coffee to remain open with limited hours for our residents and essential staff.  For the most up to date days, hours and offerings click here

March 22, 2020-10AM MTN

Thank you for a great season! All skiing and riding is now closed, including uphill travel.

-NO SNOWMOBILES OR TRACKED UTVS ALLOWED

Sports Dome is now closed for the season and all services and functions will re-open Mid to late April.

 

March 17, 2020- 4PM MTN

 

 

 

Tamarack Resort Suspending Operations in Response to COVID-19

 

 

March 17, 2020 – With our community’s best interests at the forefront of our minds during these times, Tamarack Resort will suspend operations at the end of business today. This includes all ski operations as well as resort restaurants Canoe Grill and Seven Devils Pub. The Village Market and Clearwater Coffee will continue to operate to provide basic goods and take-out meals for our homeowners and community.

 

Existing guests in resort lodging will have until Sunday, March 22 to check out of their properties. The Lodge will then close through at least April 15.  For those guests who reserved their lodging directly with Tamarack Resort and have not checked in yet, you will receive a 100% refund through the same credit card you used to reserve your unit.  For reservations made through any other company (Airbnb, Expedia, Home Away, etc.) you must contact the partner you booked through directly in order to receive a refund.   For further information, please contact lodging@tamarackidaho.com or call 208-325-1009

 

We understand and apologize for the inconvenience that this will cause some of our guests. However, we also believe as a leading employer in our region we have a role to play in protecting the health of our community and supporting our first responders and healthcare system. The resort will now turn its focus to providing as much support to its employees and Valley County as possible during this time.

 

The Sports Dome will remain open for any equipment returns and for gear valet equipment pickup through Sunday from 9am-5pm.

 

For any operations related questions, please contact 208.325.1010 or email skitam@tamarackidaho.com .   We expect high call volume and email inquiries in the coming days so please be patient with our staff as we work through this.

Construction of The Village at Tamarack, the latest residential offering at Tamarack Resort, and the commercial spaces in the plaza will continue through the spring and summer.

 

Tamarack knows the healing power and escape that outdoor recreation in the Idaho mountains provides. We look forward to welcoming guests back to the resort as soon as feasibly possible.

 

Jon Reveal, President

 

 

March 15, 2020 – 6PM MTN

Tamarack Resort COVID-19 Information and Updates 

The health and safety of our guests, employees and homeowners is always our top priority.

To ensure that you can continue to enjoy recreating in the great outdoors during this time of uncertainty, Tamarack has implemented several precautionary measures against the coronavirus.

  • Increased resort-wide cleaning using recommended antiviral and antibacterial chemicals
  • Food service adjustments to remove self-serve items and replace shared public use items with single use options
  • Hourly sanitizing of high-use dining area surfaces
  • We ask guests to ride on chairlifts with their parties only
  • We invite guests to bring their own lunches to eat on the outdoor patios

We ask our guests to follow public health recommendations including increased hand washing, covering of coughs and sneezes, and staying home if ill.

Tamarack plans to continue our winter operations through our projected closing date of April 5, 2020.

We are, however, canceling some events which would bring large crowds of guests together.  These events include

  • Brewski, March 21 (as this was a fundraiser, ticket holders will be contacted in the coming days to either receive a 100% refund or at their option donating their entry fee to the Tamarack Ski Team)
  • Fireworks Show, March 28
  • State of Idaho Pond Skim Championship, April 4th

In addition:

  • The Wildhorse Day Care will be closed as of March 16th
  • We have adjusted our cancellation policies to provide full refunds for anyone who cancels their scheduled Ski School lessons

We will continue to monitor federal, state and health district recommendations and follow their guidance and precautions to make operational adjustments as necessary with our guests, team members, and community being our highest priority.

We encourage guests to visit the state COVID-19 website for the most up-to-date information https://coronavirus.idaho.gov

Thank you,

Jon Reveal

President, Tamarack Resort

 

 

 

03/14/2020

The health and safety of our guests, employees and homeowners is always our top priority.

To ensure that you can continue to enjoy recreating in the great outdoors during this time of uncertainty, Tamarack has implemented a number of precautionary measures against the coronavirus.

  • Increased resort-wide cleaning using recommended antiviral and antibacterial chemicals
  • Food service adjustments to remove self-serve items and replace shared public use items with single use options. Guests are also welcome to bring their own meals for consumption in our dining
  • Hourly sanitizing of high-use dining area surfaces
  • We ask guests to ride on chairlifts with their parties only

We ask our guests to follow public health recommendations including increased hand washing, covering of coughs and sneezes, and staying home if ill.

Tamarack plans to continue our winter operations through our projected closing date of April 5, 2020. We are, however, canceling some events which would bring large crowds of guests together. These events include

  • Brewski, March 21
  • Fireworks Show, March 28
  • State of Idaho Pond Skim Championship, April 4th

We will continue to monitor federal, state and health district recommendations and follow their guidance and precautions to make operations adjustments as necessary. We encourage guests to visit the state COVID-19 website for the most up-to-date information https://coronavirus.idaho.gov

These are unprecedented, challenging times for everyone. We will continue to make adjustments to our operations and reassess the situation daily with our guests, our employees and our communities remaining our highest priority.

 

Thank you