- The developer behind Kicking Horse and Jumbo Glacier wants in on the Crystal Mountain reopening.
- Disney Skyliner staff will wear custom uniforms that mimic gondola cabins.
- The federal government looks to convert Timberline’s bankruptcy case to a Chapter 7 liquidation.
- Stevens Pass and Doppelmayr successfully move the Skyline Express bottom terminal to its new home.
- Steamboat’s gondola replacement project remains right on schedule.
- Aspen Skiing Company raises its minimum wage for all workers to $15 an hour.
- A chairlift is planned to be part of a new adventure park in Gilroy, California.
- The province of Nova Scotia sells Ski Cape Smokey to a private ownership group with plans to replace an inoperable chairlift.
- The former Intrawest executives who own the Sea to Sky Gondola aren’t sure when they will reopen and may delay a planned expansion.
- André Lamoureux is set to retire as President of Doppelmayr Canada in October and will be succeeded by Luc Guy.
“may delay the start of an expansion for the popular Squamish attraction. Construction was scheduled to begin in the fall.”
Ahhh…now a potential motive comes into focus.
The Sea to Sky Gondola has posted an update with a plan to reopen sometime in early spring 2020. All new cabins and a new haul rope have been ordered. More details are at the bottom of my original post:
I wonder how much prices will increase around aspen now….
Anyone have pics of the remote cargo hauler thingie? That looks rad.
Why does the lift at Cape Smokey require replacement?