“I think summer is the perfect opportunity to get outdoors and really participate in some outdoor activities,” said Sean Hayes, CEO of Powder Ridge. “Where do people have the most time to get outdoors and enjoy a sporting activity? Summer. So when better to go skiing?”
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“As a skier when you’re skiing it or a boarder skiing it, it mimics that hard packed surface,” Sean Hayes, CEO of Powder Ridge told wtnh.com. “It is not powder. This is not Colorado skiing.”
Next year, the resort plans to expand to 2,800 feet, all using synthetic snow.