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Last $109.94 USD
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390 Interlocken Crescent

Broomfield, CO 80021

United States

Phone: 303-404-1800

Fax: 303-404-6415

Vail Resorts, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates as a mountain resort company worldwide. Segments The company operates through three segments: Mountain, Lodging, and Real Estate. Mountain This segment operates eight mountain resort properties and two urban ski areas, as well as ancillary services, primarily including ski school, dining, and retail/rental operations. Vail Mountain: Vail Mountain offers varied terrain in North America with approximately 5,300 skiable acres, including seven back bowls and the resort's rustic Blue Sky Basin. Breckenridge Ski Resort (Breckenridge): Breckenridge offers various terrain for every skill level, including the addition of Peak 6, which provides access to above tree line intermediate and expert terrain, and progressive terrain parks. Keystone Resort (Keystone): Keystone offers A51 Terrain Park, as well as the largest area of night skiing in Colorado. Keystone also offers guests a skiing opportunity through guided snow cat ski tours accessing five bowls. Keystone is a destination for families with its ‘Kidtopia’ program focused on providing activities for kids on and off the mountain. Beaver Creek Resort (Beaver Creek): Beaver Creek is a European-style resort with multiple villages and also includes a children's ski school program focused on providing an experience with amenities, such as a children's gondola. Beaver Creek also annually hosts the North American men's World Cup downhill races, and with Vail Mountain would host the 2015 FIS World Alpine Ski Championships. Heavenly Mountain Resort (Heavenly): Heavenly is located near the South Shore of Lake Tahoe with approximately 4,800 skiable acres, straddling the border of California and Nevada, offers views of Lake Tahoe and boasts the largest snowmaking capacity in the Lake Tahoe region. Heavenly offers nightlife, including its proximity to various casinos. Northstar Resort (Northstar): Northstar is the luxury mountain resort destination near Lake Tahoe and offers premium lodging, a vibrant base area and approximately 3,000 skiable acres. Northstar’s village features shops and restaurants, a conference center, and a 9,000 square-foot skating rink. Canyons Resort (Canyons): Canyons is the largest mountain resort in Utah offering approximately 4,000 skiable acres and features a modern base area located approximately 35 miles from the Salt Lake City International Airport and adjacent to the historic downtown of Park City with all of its restaurants and nightlife. The resort offers guests an outstanding ski experience with fine dining, ski school, retail, and lodging. Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR): PCMR was acquired in September 2014. PCMR offers terrain for every type of skier and snowboarder on approximately 3,300 acres, including manicured groomers, bowls, and various progressive terrain parks and half pipes. PCMR’s location gives access to outstanding lodging, dining, and shopping in the vibrant town of Park City. Kirkwood Mountain Resort (Kirkwood): Kirkwood is located southwest of Lake Tahoe and offers a location atop the Sierra Crest. Kirkwood offers high alpine advanced terrain in North America with 2,000 feet of vertical drop and approximately 2,300 acres of terrain. Urban Ski Areas - Afton Alps Ski Area is the primary ski area near a major city in the Midwest (33 miles from the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area) and offers 48 trails on 300 skiable acres, with night skiing, riding, and tubing. Mount Brighton Ski Area is located 43 miles from Detroit and offers 26 trails on 130 skiable acres offering night skiing and riding. Seasonality: Ski resort operations are seasonal in nature, with a typical ski season beginning in mid-November and running through mid-April. In an effort to partially counterbalance the concentration of revenue in the winter months, the company offers non-ski related activities, such as sightseeing, mountain biking, guided hiking, 4x4 Jeep tours, zip lines, challenge ropes courses, an alpine slide and coaster, children's activities, and other recreational activities, such as golf (included in the operations of the Lodging segment). These activities

 

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