$24 Million in Capital Improvements For Squaw & Alpine | Here is How They Spent The Money.

$24 Million in Capital Improvements For Squaw & Alpine | Here is How They Spent The Money.

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$24 Million in Capital Improvements For Squaw & Alpine | Here is How They Spent The Money.

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Squaw Valley Ski Holdings LLC has announce nearly $24 million in capital improvements for the 2012-13 winter season. This brings the total investment for Squaw Valley’s “Renaissance” to more than $38 million, to date. Here is how they have spent the latest 24 Million in Capital Improvements.

Here is what is new for Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows 2012-13 winter season

  • New high-speed six-passenger chairlift (Big Blue Express) 
  • New 3-person beginner chairlift (Mountain Meadow)
  • Significant snowmaking improvements for both resorts.
  • Mile-long terrain park at Alpine Meadows. 

Here is the Official Word: Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are proud to announce nearly $24 million in capital improvements for the 2012-13 winter season. This year’s investment follows the $15 million in base area and on-mountain improvements from last winter (2011-12), bringing the total investment to more than $38 million, to date. The new projects for the upcoming season reflect Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows’ continued dedication to creating a welcoming and extraordinary experience for guests. New projects for the upcoming ski and snowboard season include significant snowmaking improvements at both resorts; a new high-speed, six-passenger chairlift and improved High Camp beginner experience at Squaw; and a mile-long terrain park at Alpine Meadows.

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