Is bigger really better ... ??
Are we on the verge of a small ski area renaissance in our industry?
Over the last few years, some really interesting things have happened.
Mountain Rider’s Alliance was started and saw a huge wave of interest as the message of “ski smaller” resonated with something tucked secretly away in the deep corners of skier desire.
doubled their funding goal, uncovering a broad swell of interest in the nostalgia and simplicity that comes along with skiing at a hill with little vert and lots of soul.
naming not Vail, not Whistler, not Jackson, but Abenaki, a tiny ski hill near the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee, as “the most important ski area in America.”
This is a "snipet" of Greg Blanchard's Blog Post in Slope Fillers. If you'd like to read the whole article, CLICK HERE.
Published in Plattekill Blog