- Okemo Mountain Resort announces new fixed-grip quad and conversion of the Jackson Gore Express into a bubble quad called Quantum 4. Their press release (falsely) claims Okemo will be the first resort in North America with two bubble lifts.
- The last two victims of a 2010 de-ropement at Sugarloaf settle their lawsuit with Boyne Resorts, or more likely their insurance company. Next up: claims from the victims of this year’s rollback.
- Mont Cascades’ new TC quad lift will be a Doppelmayr Eco-Drive.
- Adanac Ski Hill in Ontario wants $1.8 million from taxpayers to replace their T-Bar.
- Lutsen Mountains breaks ground on the most expensive lift project ever at a Midwest ski area.
- Marshall Mountain, Montana is for sale for $2.95 million. Its lifts – a Thiokol triple and Poma T-Bar – haven’t spun since the 2002-03 season.
- The British Columbia Safety Authority releases its incident report on Crystal Mountain’s de-ropement and it’s not pretty. The ski area has been closed ever since the March 1, 2014 incident.
- Add San Diego to the growing list of cities that want to build a gondola. This one would have 8-passenger cabins and two mid-stations.