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.

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What You Can Expect in Phase II:

Individual Lessons

On July 6, we will expand our individual, socially-distanced lessons to include paddlesports, adaptive horseback riding, indoor climbing, cycling, mountain biking and archery lessons.

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"Quaranteam" Household Programs

Beginning June 29, recreate together with your family or household with group/household lessons in cycling or archery or “Quaranteam” Family Camp Packages combining cycling, archery or hiking with games and crafts.

*For 2-5 family/household members. More programs coming soon.

Design Your Own Session

Ready to master your sport? You choose the program, day and time. We’ll build you a custom session lessons to get you to top of your game.

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Daily Health Screenings

Symptom screenings for all staff and visitors to the Ranch.

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Face Coverings

All staff/volunteers will wear face coverings when in close contact with others.

We also require face coverings while on NAC property, when unable to maintain social distance and at partner facilities. Per Summit County’s 2020-09 Health Order, single-layer face coverings that can be seen through, such as buffs, are no longer approved. Read our full Mask Policy.

*Alternative strategies may be used for those whom breathing, sensory or other disability-related concerns preclude wearing a face covering.

Socially-Distant Instructing

All staff/volunteers will maintain a distance of at least 6 feet.Those needing hands-on lesson assistance will be required to bring one support person, preferably from their household, to allow for social distance.

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Touchless Check-in Available

Paperless check-in and a pre-lesson Zoom meeting or phone call assessment with your program manager will help us prepare for your experience. All paperwork is required in advance to ensure a smooth, safe and touch-fee program.

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Strict Hygiene Standards

We’ve doubled-down on campus/equipment cleaning and sanitation.

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An Evolving Policy

We will continue to evaluate the situation and health department recommendations to evolve our programs and safety requirements. Ongoing staff trainings will ensure our team follows all current local/state guidelines.

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Covid Operations Manual

For more information on current operating protocols, please call (435) 649.4991 or refer to our Covid-19 Operations Manual below.

Download Manual

At Home Options

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Virtual Programs

As we work towards being able to serve everyone, with all of the programs you’ve come to love, we pledge to keep serving you in new, virtual ways.

Go Virtual!

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Virtual & In-Person Summer Camps

Summer camps will begin using our virtual program model. We are now currently scaling into small pod-style summer camps.

Call 435-649-3991.

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Long-Term Equipment Rentals

Bike rentals are currently available for residents of Summit, Wasatch, and Salt Lake Counties.

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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.

(435) 649-3991

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.

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