The massive Himalayan Ski Village is one steep closer to becoming a reality. skies.com tells us more.
skiesq.com Alfred Ford’s dream of setting up a massive Himalayan ski resort was resuscitated last week when a Himalayan judge ruled his “Himalayan Ski Village” project can go forward. The great-grandson of Henry Ford and presumptive heir to the Ford fortune suffered a major setback to his plan of building a luxury resort high in region when the provincial government issued an order blocking the project in 2010. Last week’s ruling by Justice Rajiv Sharma paves the way for the project to continue by invalidating the 2010 order.
The project is being pursued by Himalayan Ski Village Private Ltd. According to the resort’s website:
The Project will be developed at the Northern end of the Kullu Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh, with the various facilities located at heights between 7,500 and 14,000 feet above sea level. The Project targets the domestic tourists of India, as well as international visitors from the U.S., Europe, Japan, Korea, Australia Southeast Asia and the Middle East. Keep Reading….