Your Safety is Our First Priority
Your health and safety are our first priority. So, we’ve consulted with healthcare professionals, other industry leaders, participants, staff and more ... and we are thrilled to welcome you back to phase II of limited in-person, outdoor programming. We will be continuing our commitment to care with this strategic, phased reopening plan. You’ll find the same dedicated and caring NAC team you’ve come to know but things may look – and feel – a little bit different. Here are some of the steps we’re taking to keep everyone who participates in our programs safe.
What You Can Expect in Phase II:
At Home Options
Get Ready For Fun
But first, here’s what you can expect:
The Road Ahead
As this situation evolves, we look forward to moving into future phases of program delivery. These phases may include the introduction of family/household program options and additional programs operating at a reduced capacity with strict hygiene regimes.
We will continue to work with you towards higher capacity programming with staggered start times and locations. Until we can get back to adventure as usual, our virtual programs and equipment rentals will be available to you throughout the summer.
This National Ability Center family is a diverse one … and we understand every situation is unique. Please call or email us with your questions or concerns.
Our goal is to maintain the utmost transparency so you can make informed decisions based on your personal health situation and risk management strategy.
How You Can Help
Please be patient with our new health and safety policies, complete your paperwork in advance and let us know if there is something we could be doing better.
We ask that you reschedule if you are experiencing cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, have tested positive or been around anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 14 days or have traveled outside of Utah in the past 14 days.