COVID-19 Restriction Update

Dear Martock Family:

As you have probably heard, non-essential travel restrictions have been imposed by Public Health until March 26, effective tomorrow at 8:00 am. The areas affected are the HRM from Hubbards to Porter’s Lake and Hants region from Mt. Uniacke to Enfield/ Elmsdale. We ask that you do not come to Martock if you live within the restricted zone.

We know that these restrictions affect many of you. Our intention, providing the weather and conditions permit, is to extend the season beyond our scheduled closing date and into April. We will not be considering requests for pro rated credits until we are officially closed for the season.

Lift Ticket and Rental Refunds
We will be refunding all lift tickets and rentals purchased online by guests from the affected zone. To get you refund, please send an email to admin@martock.com with your first and last name as well as the OID # that is located directly under your QR Code.

Lessons and Multi Week Programs
Scheduled lessons and the remaining three weeks of the multi week programs will be going ahead as scheduled for all participants that are not from the restricted zone. As mentioned above, our intention is to extend the season into April, provided weather and conditions allow. We will not be considering pro rated credits until our season has officially ended.

March Break camps will go ahead as scheduled for participants that do not live in the restricted zone. Our hope is that we can extend our season into April to provide March Break campers with some dates in April.

Thank you for your understanding and patience. Let’s hope for a successful circuit breaker so we can all get back on snow as soon as possible.

Sincerely,
Heather, Jim & Martock Staff

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