The Colorado resort will improve its existing snowmaking system and expand snowmaking on the upper-mountain, resulting in 192 acres of new and enhanced snowmaking infrastructure for the 2019 - 2020 winter season.
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Among the snowmakers made available to the International Ski Federation, Sufag will supply its new Makalu model, which was unveiled three weeks ago at Interalpin in Innsbruck, Austria.
Global digital skier community Skitude has joined forces with the ticketing and technology team at Skioo to co-create an enhanced digital platform for the mountain and destination industry.
At this year’s INTERALPIN, held last week in Innsbruck, Austria, Demaclenko displayed SNOWVISUAL 4.0, its control software for automated snowmaking systems.
The current lift – a 1979 Riblet fixed-grip double chairlift – is to be replaced with an upgraded fixed-grip quad chairlift.
The PistenBully 100 E generates no emissions and its battery has an energy capacity of 126 kWh with a rated voltage of 400V.
The expansion includes a new high-speed lift and additional snowmaking capabilities, although no indications have been given as to when work will begin.
The ski resort in Bosnia and Herzegovina has set its sights on becoming a summer attraction too with the addition of a 2.5 km-long mountain coaster.
The 10-seater gondola lift, to be manufactured by Doppelmayr, will carry passengers to a top station in the Giggijoch ski area in under six minutes.
The locally owned and operated resort in Wyoming, US, which opens from May to July each year, is hoping to raise US$65 000.