The Mammoth Mega Zip, which will have a vertical drop of 2100 ft, is due to open at Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in California in time for the Memorial Day weekend (25 – 27 May).
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The latest edition of the Prinoth Cup will take place at the Swedish resort of Stöten on 9 April.
The two ski tows were closed last month following the issuing of improvement notices by the Health and Safety Executive.
The TechnoAlpin Academy will offer special and general courses relating to snow producers, control software and pumping stations.
The company has been contracted to install four chairlifts and a surface lift at resorts in Sweden and Norway this season.
NZSki, which manages The Remarkables ski area in Queenstown, New Zealand, has said that it is yet to receive approval from the Department of Conservation for a proposed Doppelmayr six-seater chairlift.
The Alberta resort has said the fixed grip quad chair will have an upload capacity of 1800 people per hour.
The cable car, which has a maximum capacity of 2800 people an hour, connects the village of Kobi with Gudauri ski resort.
A spokesperson for Highlands and Islands Enterprise, which runs the centre, said that the suspension was due to safety concerns, and that both ski tows were expected to reopen on 8 February.