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Coping With Killington: Killington's Missing Link

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Killington is ready to fully develop its base area.

Mammoth Mountain Sold

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End of McCoy era for Eastern Sierra Resort

Re-Inventing Stowe

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The single largest component of the proposed $150 million redevelopment of Stowe is Spruce Hamlet, a 35-acre village sited at the base of Spruce Peak. In total, 423 development units and some 800 beds will be added, all slopeside.

Intrawest Plans First French Village

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Beginning its first development project in Europe, Intrawest Corporation is planning a village at Les Arcs in France with ground breaking set for 2002.

Environmentalists Thwart Mountain Creek Project

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Environmentalists filed suit in New Jersey against Intrawest to prevent Mountain Creek from developing 2,000 acres with 2,000 residential units, a golf course, retail shops, and hotels.

Durango Plan Approved

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Durango Mountain Resort's 25-year development plan was approved by a joint San Juan and La Plata County Planning Commission in mid-January.

Durango Mountain Resort Master Plan Approved

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After more than 18 months of review, the Durango Mountain Resort (DMR) Master Plan was approved by a joint San Juan and La Plata County Planning Commission.

Durango Mountain Resort Master Plan Re-Approved

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After 22 months of planning and $2 million, the Durango Mountain Resort Master Plan was approved by the La Plata County Board of County Commissioner.

Plan for Durango's Purgatory Village Approved

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The renovation and expansion plan for the base village at Durango Mountain Resort received final approval from the Board of County Commissioners yesterday, Monday, October 4.

Fires on the Mountains: Stratton Mountain, VT

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An update on expansion plans and environemental protests.

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