Resorts Spending Millions On Ski Upgrades

DENVER (AP) – Colorado ski resorts are spending millions of dollars on upgrades this year.

Vail Resorts is spending about $128 million in upgrades, including a new high-speed chair in Beaver Creek’s Rose Bowl and a new restaurant on Vail Mountain.

The Denver Post says Colorado’s other 22 ski areas are putting more than $50 million into upgrades, with a new chair and terrain at Aspen’s Buttermilk and new lifts at Copper Mountain, Loveland, Monarch and Ski Cooper.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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