The decision by the White River National Forest authorises additional snowmaking coverage on 86 acres of existing ski trails.
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The €7 million chairlift, located in the French ski area of Les Sybelles, opened to the public on 9 March.
The decision by the resort's board of directors will bring the total number of high-speed detachable quads at Bogus Basin to four.
Copper Mountain have announced the arrival of a new chairlift as part of a transformation into the 2019-20 season.
Pending approval, the resort’s Chair 2 (The Liberator) is to be removed and upgraded to a Doppelmayr high-speed, detachable quad chairlift.
A NZ$16 million replacement chairlift at the Remarkables skifield in Queenstown, New Zealand, will not be ready in time for this winter’s ski season, according to the Otago Daily Times.
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The city council of Duluth in Minnesota, US, is expected to take up a resolution on Monday authorising city staff to apply for state and federal grants totalling up to US$150 000 to help purchase an additional pump and four more snowmaking guns.
The pipeline still requires approval from the US Forest Service. If that is received, Powderhorn hopes to begin construction this summer.
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).
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 Nevada resort is seeking to add two new chairlifts, 11 new ski trails and snowmaking infrastructure.
A new high-speed detachable Doppelmayr quad lift is due to be installed in the summer, while the resort's grooming fleet is also being expanded.
The New Zealand resort is replacing the Coronet Express with a 6-seater Telemix lift manufactured by Leitner Ropeways.
Paul Anderson, Chief Executive of NZSki, admitted this week there is still "a glimmer of hope" that there will be a new chairlift installed at The Remarkables ski area in time for opening during this year's ski season.
The German company has said the mountain coaster will begin operating at the Grandvalira ski area on 16 February.
The ropeway in Narvik, Norway, will take passengers to the top of Narvikfjellet, 656 m above sea level.
An investigation has found that the funicular railway, which was closed last year due to safety concerns, requires strengthening work on its piers, beams and foundations.
The 6-seater chairlift at the resort of Thaiwoo, in the province of Hebei, can carry up to 2400 passengers an hour.
The winter sports facility in Brookvale, Canada, has described the PistenBully snow groomer as a “game changer.”