The resort in northern New Mexico, US, has made a number of snowmaking improvements ahead of the 2018 – 2019 winter season.
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The CAN$3.5 million zip line is intended to cement Mt. Washington's position as a year-round mountain tourism destination.
The gearless drive for Ramcharger 8, North America’s first-eight person chairlift, has been installed and the haul rope delivered.
The funicular will be closed for several weeks while engineers carry out inspections on the structure supporting the track.
The gondola lift on the Klein Matterhorn, constructed by LEITNER ropeways, will take visitors up to 3821 m.
Tignes resort in France has today inaugurated its new aerial tramway, the largest and highest tramway in the world.
MND Group has been chosen by the Swedish ski resort of Idre Himmelfjäll to build its snowmaking system.
A new 6-seater detachable chairlift is being built at Les Sybelles, France’s fourth largest ski area.
The French company will supply a roller coaster, lifts and an automated snowmaking system as part of the development of an outdoor recreational centre in China.
A pumping station was constructed and pressure pipes manufactured by Tiroler Rohre GmbH (TRM) installed over a total length of 4.5 km.
Buller Ski Lifts successfully auctioned 61 chairs from the Blue Bullet chairlift on Saturday, raising AUS$100 000 in the process for the Mansfield District Hospital.