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Which ski areas might actually win as a result of rising temperatures?

Rising temperatures and skiing Continue reading

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Ski industry raises climate change voice

Even Aspen and Vail have found common ground in a new, unified approach by the ski industry and its partners, one that emphasizes solutions, not the worrisome warnings of climate scientists. Continue reading

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Warming winters and shifting mountain resort economies

The severe drought afflicting the Sierra Nevada will inevitably end, as droughts have before. But warmer temperatures? Probably not. How do ski resorts create economies based on winter rain? Continue reading

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Mammoth’s ski industry strategy

Drought in California? Taking the long view, Starwood-financed Mammoth picks up two ski areas to produce a Cali4nia season pass to challenge, at least in Southern California, the Vail Resorts Epic Pass. Continue reading

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Vail looks beyond Baby Boomers

Vail’s elected officials study demographic trends, global warming predictions and other statistics as they try to prepare for a life and economy after Baby Boomers. Continue reading

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