MIDWAY, Utah — One of Utah's most popular winter attractions is planning its return this season with pandemic-related guidelines in place to protect guests.
Ice Castles in Midway will return at an undetermined date in January with all the park's ice slides, caves, and illuminated fountains.
The Utah-based company said their "ice artisans" began growing and harvesting icicles Monday to begin constructing of the attraction.
When Ice Castles reopens, all guests and staff will be required to wear masks and the park will reduce capacity. Tunnels and crawl spaces will be one-way to avoid exposure between guests.
"The safety of our guests and staff has always been our top priority, and the new guidelines we have in place this season are designed to create a safe and magical environment for everyone." said Ice Castles CEO Kyle Standifird.