Grab your snowboards and skis. Winter is coming and Connecticut's ski areas are ready for tubers, skiers and snowboarders.\u00a0 Though a quick look outside confirms there aren't inches of snow on the ground, Connecticut's ski resorts pump in enough "synthetic snow" so that riding on the mountains won't be an issue. Whether you're a winter sports pro or just looking for a day out with some friends, here are the Connecticut ski resorts where you can snowboard and tube, and information about COVID precautions you can expect at the resorts this year. \u00a0 Open now Activities: Snowboarding, skiing\u00a0 Rentals: Yes Adult season pass price: $675 Adult one-day price: $64 for 8 hours or $59 for 4 hours (weekends), $40 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. (weekdays) COVID precautions: Mount Southington Ski Area will "follow all state and federal guidelines related to COVID-19." Masks are not required outdoors but are highly recommended indoors. Advanced online ticketing and outdoor food services will also be available this season.\u00a0 Open now Activities: Snowboarding, sking, snow tubing, snow biking\u00a0 Rentals: Yes Adult season pass price: $570 Adult one-day price: $57 for 8 hours or $54 for 4 hours (weekends), $49 for 4 hours (weekdays) COVID precautions: Powder Ridge Mountain Park & Resort will follow state and federal guidelines in regards to COVID-19. Open now Activities: Snowboarding, skiing, snow tubing Rentals: Yes Adult season pass price: $679 Adult one-day price: $70 for unlimited or $65 for 4 hours (weekends, holidays), $35 for unlimited (weekdays) COVID precuations: Use of the lodge at Mohawk Mountain Ski Area will be limited to 30 minutes for warming and\u00a0 45 minutes for eating. Masks are required indoors for all unvacccinated guests. Guests are asked to not bring food from home or leave belongings unattended. A new RFID system will be used for entrance this season. Opening day: Dec. 23 Activites: Snowboarding, skiing Rentals: Yes Adult season pass price: $675 Adult one-day price: $64 for 8 hours or $58 for 4 hours (weekdays, weekends, holidays)\u00a0 COVID precautions: Ski Sundown will follow "all state and federal COVID-19 guidelines." An updated COVID-19 Responsibility Code states that masks are "highly recommended" indoors and guests are asked not to congregate at the resort.