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Park City Mountain Resort: 2008/2009 Improvements

We're getting ready for the 2008-2009 winter season by spending $10.5 million in mountain improvements!

Park City Mountain Resort will be busy working on numerous projects in preparation for the 2008-2009 winter season. Projects include:

A NEW high-speed detachable lift that will greatly improve access out of the Resort's base area. The new lift, replacing and realigning the current Ski Team lift, will take guests from the Resort's base area to the top of Crescent Ridge. This will provide high-speed access to the majority of the Resort's terrain with direct access to the following lifts:

King Con
See map showing the approximate lift location.

Terrain enhancements to improve the skiing/riding experience on the mountain, including a new run and expanded snowmaking.
Renovation of the Mid-Mountain Lodge. Following the retirement of Vince Donile, who has run Mid-Mountain Lodge for the last 20 seasons, Park City Mountain Resort will assume operations in the 2008-09 season.

Park City Mountain Resort will be purchasing 100% Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) beginning in June of 2008 to offset all of the Resort's power consumption. The purchase of 13.9 million kWh of RECs will avoid nearly 19 million pounds of CO2 emissions annually, which is equal to removing 1,853 passenger vehicles from the road or powering 1,100 average American homes for a year.

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