COVID-19 Updates

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Original post: March 13, 2020
Updated: November 18, 2020

The updated post below addresses PowderQuest’s guided trips. 

As we all continue the unprecedented challenges surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we hope you and your loved ones are safe. We are so thankful you are with us and appreciate that you’ve chosen to trust PowderQuest for your next guided snow adventure.

Here you will learn how we are approaching the COVID-19 crisis including answers to frequently asked questions and updated terms and conditions aimed at relaxing our booking requirements for those considering booking a guided trip with us in 2021.

What if I am considering booking for 2021 but am hesitant?


Japan 2021 has been postponed to 2022 as the border remains closed to tourism.

Currently, all other guided trips listed on our calendar are scheduled to run as planned in 2o21.

We encourage you to go ahead and book. We have special discounts and fully refundable deposits for new reservations giving you peace of mind that no one will take your spot and gives you time to see how things pan out. 

Travel should be enriching and an opportunity to escape anxiety, not create it. We pledge to work with you should situations to change or cancel your trip arise. Please reach out to us with any questions.

Should I book my flights now or wait?

We encourage you to hold off on booking flights until we have additional details. Should you prefer to book your flight now, check with your airline regarding flexibility and your travel insurance provider to see what is covered. Here is a master list to all major airline’s current policies. In addition, many guests opt to book “Cancel For Any Reason” Travel Insurance. More on this here.

Important links related to COVID-19

Over our 2 decades in operation we have faced 9/11, SARS, global recessions, Swine flu, Zika, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. COVID-19 will pass, we will come out stronger as a company and look forward to sharing our future adventures together.

For now stay safe, keep positive, make intelligent decisions by gathering information from trusted sources, and reach out to us with any questions.

Best to you and yours,

David Owen

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