$9 Cold Hot Dog Symbolic of 'Mismanagement' of Park City By Vail Resorts

$9 Cold Hot Dog Symbolic of 'Mismanagement' of Park City By Vail Resorts


$9 Cold Hot Dog Symbolic of 'Mismanagement' of Park City By Vail Resorts


The Vail Resorts hate train keeps on chugging, and this time it’s stopped at Park City Mountain Resort (PCMR) in Utah. PCMR has been embroiled in controversy throughout the entirety of the season.

The season started with PCRM’s ski patrollers threatening to go on strike, and has continued with reports of mismanagement by Vail.

Skiers are complaining about long lift lines, limited food options, overcrowded parking lots, poor snow quality, and chairlifts not operating.

To be fair, PCMR is having a terrible snow year, but these complaints go beyond disappointment with mother nature.

Example of insane lift lines at PCMR. Posted to Facebook on 12/31/21 (New Year’s Eve Holiday)

People have been sharing their Vail Resorts and PCMR skiing experiences online, but a few skiers were interviewed by FOX13 News in the clip below.

One skier, as you’ll see in the video, finds that a $9 cold hot dog he waited over 40-minutes for is symbolic of the season so far at PCMR. I kind of see his point… I’d be pretty damn pissed off if that happened to me too.

Check it out:

I have to make another comment about the video. The female skier who complained that she wasn’t allowed to customize her $18 sandwich at an on-mountain restaurant…Yeah… That lady. It had me laugh so damn hard.

She’s representative of a population of wealthy skiers who care about things like sandwich customization, and I just couldn’t stop laughing at that.

It was too cliché, ya know?

Featured Image/Meme Credit: Matt Lorelli, Unofficial Networks

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