It's as simple as that. We want to thank everyone who made the 2017-2018 season a success. There were definitely some ups and downs, but at the end of the day we had 101 ski days, lots of fun, we learned some stuff along the way, and we made many new friends!
First and foremost, thank you to our customers--season passholders, day ticket skiers & riders, tubers, and those that just stop in for a drink and bite to eat. Without you, we would be doing this for nothing. And through the thick and thin (literally when you think about snow cover!), you enjoy the sport just as much as we do. We make winter together... without people like you, our winters would be pretty dreary. You teach us every day, you make us laugh, and you make what we do worth it.
Thank you to our groomers, snowmakers, and mountain crew. Without you guys we would be at the mercy of Mother Nature and we know she hasn't been dependable! You create amazing conditions like magic.
Thank you to our lift operators; you literally keep the lifts spinning.
Thank you to our office, rental counter, and ticket counter staff. You are some of the first people our customers see and you start our customer's journey... and we always hear it's a good one!
Thank you to our kitchen, bartenders, and waitstaff. There was never a shortage of keeping our belly's full and you always listened to our last run stories with a smile on your face... even if you had heard it ten times before!
Thank you to our ski patrol--you put our minds at ease each and every day.
And thank you to our Snow Sports School and instructors. You bring the joy of mountain sports to the young and old. Your patience truly is a virtue, and you are true ambassadors to the mountain.
We hope that everyone has an enjoyable summer and we look forward to making improvements to our mountain so that when you come back for the 2018-2019 season... it will be the best one yet ;)
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