You’re probably tired of talking about monoliths at this point, but with one showing up at Sunlight Mountain Resort in Glenwood Springs, CO- we have to report it.
The structure appeared yesterday morning at Sunlight Mountain, and officials at the resort told a local news agency that the monolith was placed in an area that would not obstruct skiing or riding.
It’s still unclear at this time who placed the monolith, or why. I have a feeling its either a copy-cat, or it’s still part of some big-time PR stunt.
Monoliths have been popping-up all over the last couple of weeks, and I know I’m tired of it. Especially since these keep getting placed in natural settings. The earth isn’t your art studio, bro…
Here’s the full statement from Sunlight Mountain Resort:
“We’re waking up to a new and unexpected installation here at Sunlight, a monolith! It appears the international monolith mystery has made its way to Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley. We were glad to see that the monolith installers were mindful enough not to place the steely structure where it would impede skiing and riding traffic as we open for our 54th season of operation this Friday, Dec. 11.
We will be inspecting the obstacle with our grooming and ski patrollers later today to determine if it presents any operational hurdles or challenges. We’re hopeful we can accommodate the placement, but we have torches ready if needed. No hard feelings to the monolithers.”