The fixed-grip chairlift, manufactured by Skytrac, will be able to transport around 1200 people per hour.
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Ramcharger 8, North America's first eight-person chairlift, is on course to open at Big Sky Resort in Montana, US, in mid-December.
The 15 snow parks will be designed by Today's Parks and constructed with help from Prinoth at 15 locations in Quebec and the Maritimes in Canada.
Renovations to the resort’s snowmaking system that began this summer and will eventually double snowmaking capacity were crucial.
Despite experiencing its leanest snowfall in 20 years, investment in its snowmaking system helped Mt Hutt record its best visitor numbers since it opened in 1973.
The South California resort has purchased 35 ‘low-energy’ snow guns from TechnoAlpin and HKD Snowmakers.
The resort in Idaho, US, has completed a new reservoir that will allow it to operate the second largest snowmaking system in the state.
Hunter Mountain in New York state, US, has provided details on its latest high speed 6-seater detachable chairlift.
The outlay will be spent on a Telemix (combined gondola/chairlift) at Coronet Peak and a 6-seater chairlift at The Remarkables, as well as summer activities.
The resort has purchased a snowmaking machine and snow cannons to ensure it can open for snowsports this season.
Kässbohrer has become the first and only snow groomer supplier to implement the latest exhaust regulations of EU Stage V, making the new PistenBully 600 the cleanest vehicle on the market.
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows in California, US, is due to start its winter season on November 16, with help from a recent US$1 million upgrade to its snowmaking system.