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- The Town of Jackson, Wyoming inches closer to approving the Snow King Gondola five years after it was first proposed.
- Aspen Skiing Company eliminates nearly 50 positions citing the “ever shifting Covid landscape.”
- The Miami Dolphins won’t operate their SkyView stadium gondola this NFL season.
- In New Zealand, ski resorts say they are not the mask police.
- Alps resorts prepare to reopen this month.
- The Colorado Passenger Tramway Safety Board grants a variance for a new Telemix on Aspen Mountain.
- Ikon Pass holders will need a reservation to visit certain resorts this season while other mountains will not require reservations and more are still deciding.
- Big Sky’s Lone Peak Tram will be open this winter but guests may be allowed to boot pack to the summit as an alternative.
- A second indoor ski resort for the United States moves ahead near DC.
- Aspen Snowmass and other creditors will appeal a judge’s decision to keep Liftopia out of bankruptcy.
- Some Canadians aren’t happy with Vail’s pandemic-era customer service.
- Magic Mountain, Idaho is threatened by a wildfire.
- A study finds the proposed Oakland Athletics gondola would carry a million riders a year and generate $685 million in economic activity.
- This summer’s construction projects are just the beginning for the new Saddleback Mountain.
- A planned urban gondola in Los Angeles get a fresh name and website as it prepares for environmental review.
- Leitner Ropeways will build New Zealand’s first eight passenger chairlift.
- The Utah Department of Transportation continues to refine alternatives for Little Cottonwood Canyon and will release a report this fall.
- Great Bear solicits bids for a new chairlift.
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