COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

Keeping guests and staff safe

July 2021 Covid update

The health and safety of our guests, staff, and the community are Nipika’s priority and we continue to follow government and public health guidelines to minimize the spread of Covid-19.

On July 1, British Columbia moved to Step 3 of its Restart Plan, allowing Canada-wide recreational travel. It’s time to #exploreBCnow!

Read more on the Government of British Columbia website: Travel and COVID-19.

Unsure of what to expect when you visit Nipika? We are fortunate we have always been able to provide a wonderful experience while easily accommodating physical distancing.

Cabin guests

The cabins are self-contained and check in and guest services can be provided outside and at a safe distance. Cabins are, and will always be, cleaned to meet public health guidelines.

We are taking additional steps to ensure guest and staff safety. For example, enhanced cleaning with a focus on high-touch areas and adjusted check out and check in times for extra cleaning protocols (10am checkout and 5pm check in).

Day-use guests

The trails remain open to both cabin and day-use guests. There are numerous trails for all ages and abilities that allow physical distancing.

Bike rentals are available from the shed near the pond; see an on-site staff member.

Bathrooms are available outside the Day Lodge for guests.

Nipika will continue to offer Kootenay River canoe trips and alpine day hikes but with a reduced capacity to comply with physical distancing. Please call the office or see the on-site host about availability.

General

Nipika’s staff are knowledgeable with current public health protocols and will continue to follow the recommendations of both provincial and federal governments and all major health agencies to minimize the spread of Covid-19.

We believe physical activity and being in nature are integral to health and well-being. Practice hand washing and enjoy all Nipika Mountain Resort has to offer.

(Please see poster below and stay home if you aren’t feeling well or have been advised to isolate.)