Mt Timothy Ski Area is situated in a northern portion of interior BC that falls just off the Powder Highway. The ski area is undergoing a significant closure this season after a shortfall in season pass sales forced officials on the Mt Timothy Ski Area board to consider selling the mountain.
The “non-for-profit society” was looking for someone to pay its $200,000 debt while also providing some $1-1.2 million for the sale. The ski area is no runt either, with over 675 acres and over 1,000 vert.
It’s not clear as to when the mountain will reopen or where the group plans to invest its capital. Stay tuned…
Ultimately, a group of local commercial real estate professionals came in this past week with the funds to legitimately save the Lac la Hache go-to. According to The Williams Lake Tribune, the buyers have since been identified as the KevLar Development Group.
- Annual Average Snowfall – 200″+
- Vertical Drop – 1017′
- Lifts – 5
Find the entire Williams Lake Tribune article here: Mt. Timothy Ski Hill purchased by private investors