updated June 11, 2020
Lodging Guests Welcome Starting June 1
We are pleased to welcome visitors to Bear Claw & Edgemont once again. With safety precautions in place, we have used our time this spring to maintain the property and prepare for our guests and owners to visit. We have elevated our cleaning procedures, as the safety and health of our guests, owners, and staff is a top priority. Even as the situation surrounding COVID-19 has continued to evolve and certain restrictions ease, we must all continue to take steps to protect each other.
We would like to share Routt County's 5 Commitments of Containment which we have agreed to as a business and we ask for your participation as a visitor as well:
1. I will maintain 6 feet of social distance.
2. I will wash my hands often.
3. I will cover my face in public.
4. I will stay home if I am at risk or when I am sick.
5. I will seek testing immediately if I have symptoms.
Steamboat and the surrounding area offer a plethora of outdoor activities for all to safely enjoy. Many of the wonderful local restaurants are offering delivery and take-out service. If you have questions about visiting or making plans while you are here, please reach out via phone (970-871-9100) or email (email@example.com). Take care and stay safe!
Summer policy on COVID-19
For reservations scheduled to arrive June 5 through November 18, 2020: if travel to Colorado or from the guest’s home state is restricted by public health order due to COVID-19, the guest may receive a refund of payments made for lodging rent, taxes, and fees until 2 days prior to scheduled arrival. Within 2 days of scheduled arrival, all payments are nonrefundable and nontransferable. This policy is not a “cancel for any reason” policy. Purchasing travel insurance is strongly recommended to protect your investment in situations where a member of your party is sick or injured, preventing them from traveling. For complete information regarding travel insurance coverage please visit: https://trippreserver.com/mountain-trip-preserver/
We continue to monitor local, state, and national advisories including these resources: