Main Catskiing operators in BC, they are known for always being sold out, getting a place with them is very difficult and you have to be aware of when they free up spaces. Why? Because of their years of service and highly qualified guides. Top of the line equipment ensuring that every moment will be unique and special.
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Summer and winter are special times in the mountains and we are excited to welcome you. We want you to feel safe and we want you to have fun. However, at Retallack, safety is our Number One Priority. This is no different as we navigate the risks associated with COVID19. In our operations, we are following the guidance of our medical directors, the Provincial Health Authority, WorkSafe BC, and our trade association, HeliCat Canada, in developing processes and protocols to prevent the transmission of COVID19. Currently, the Province of British Columbia is under a state of Emergency. Accordingly, we and other businesses in the province are subject to Public Safety Orders. These are law and are not optional. We strongly encourage everyone to do their part and follow the latest BC Public Health Orders and recommendations. To further prioritize the health and safety of our guests, staff and local communities in response to COVID19 and other infectious diseases, we have reimagined the Retallack experience. Aspects of this plan may evolve as health orders, safety guidelines, and recommendations regarding COVID19 change, and as we learn more about what protocols work best in our operation. Being transparent regarding the operational changes is twofold. We want to help ease your concerns regarding attending your trip to Retallack. We also want to ensure that if you choose to attend your trip, that you are willing to comply with the safety measures we have put in place. If you are unable to comply with these new procedures, we kindly ask you to defer your trip to next year. If you do not comply with our COVID19 procedures, you will not be permitted to attend your trip or may be asked to depart the lodge before the end of your trip. Retallack is committed to preventing workplace harassment, bullying and violence and providing a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity and protected from violence. Workplace harassment (including but not limited to harassing our staff about our COVID19 or infectious disease protocols), bullying or violence will not be tolerated from any staff member, guest or third parties at Retallack. For more information please see below for our Harassment (Sexual, Physical, Verbal), Bullying & Violence against Retallack Staff Policy. It takes the compassion, care and personal responsibility of everyone to help us ensure a safe mountain experience for all. With that in mind. we invite you to learn more below about the new procedures and protocols being implemented with your safety, our employees’ safety, and the safety of our local communities.