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World's First 8-Seater

The new speedy Doppelmayr gondola at Steamboat has reduced lines and relieved congestion on the lower mountain. It also operates in very high winds.

Keeping Safe

Written by Sothan,Norm
Fire Facts
Food and Beverage Accounting. 

Ski School

Written by Campbell,Stu
Return to Elegance. 


Written by Millican,Manyon
Software for market Surveys.

Defusing Development

Written by Kennedy,Kevin
A master of win-win negotiating reveals his secrets and suggests ways to break the costly deadlocks that delay and fragment the ski area planning proce...

Aspen's Crown-- The Silver Queen

Written by Lathuille,Pierre
The six-passenger Pomagondola not only moves people faster, it changes the way they ski the mountain and gives the resort a new image. 

Detachable Quad At June

Written by Janoff,Paul
Lift Engineering solved a problem and built a skier-friendly lift in process. It makes a strong statement of design philosophy: understatement. 
The effective circulation of skiers and cars is the key to using land profitably in creating effective circulation of skiers and cars is the key to usi...
The selection of the correct equiptment is at the core to making effective use of heat from engines. At Snowbird, they put it together to heat the hote...

The Great Gastronomy Gap

Written by Rowan,David
Some skier-chefs express their opinions on ski area food and provide tips for improving the product. And, then they, raced for the fun of it. 

Ski Industry Focus

Written by Fry,John
Perspective on the ski industry by John Fry.