$325M, 19-lift, 14-resort project will transform ski experience at some of the continent’s busiest resorts for 2022-23
GUYS? IT'S FINALLY HAPPENING!
This is all well and good, I guess. But there are several things that stick out. First, no mention on infrastructure as it applies to lodging and guest services, building upgrades, and housing for employees. Which has become a major issue for many of these ski towns. Glad to see "much anticipated expansion" for Mt. Sunapee, for many of us who ski at Sunapee each year we walk away with the feeling that we are like the second cousin.
I read nothing in that article that inspires me to ski at most any Vail owned hill, except for that new six pack at Stowe. But, why a six pack? I hate those things. But, yeah, eliminating that hill climb up from the lodge is worth it. Praise be. Although it was good exercise.
Money is cheap, and it looks like Vail is borrowing a lot at low rates to upgrade infrastructure. Still could care less about their hills, large and small. They have their fans, though, so, whatever, I wish them great success. The more people there, the less on my hill for the day.