The remoteness of the ranch and our health safety protocols help ensure the safety of our staff and guests.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus has affected life in Madison County, Idaho but not to the extent experienced elsewhere in the country. The risk may be lower here than almost anywhere in the United States, but we are implementing a rigorous program of infection control in the interest of the safety and well-being of our guests and staff. We are as serious about the health and safety of our staff and guests with the virus circulating as we are about the safety of our staff and guests and the use of firearms.
1. The ranch was closed to visitors during the early peak of the pandemic from February through June.
2. We are discouraging unrelated groups at any time. Your group will have exclusive use of the ranch. Exceptions must be approved by the owner and all guests.
3. Staff members have been instructed to stay home if not feeling well and will be paid full pay while off work.
4. Staff member temperatures are checked daily before starting work.
5. Staff will wear masks or face coverings at all time in the presence of guests.
6. Guests are encouraged to bring their own masks and to wear masks while within 12 feet of staff or other guests not part of their household. Masks are available for guest use.
7. Hand sanitizer is freely available.
8. We are insisting on three days between groups so the lodge can be cleaned and disinfected. The SARS-CoV-2 virus lives on surfaces for up to 72 hours.