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The motel will include a Crisports Snack Bar selling their signature Otterburger ($19.99), and a lounge where skiers and riders can enjoy Vermont’s finest craft beers served in 4-oz. juice glasses for less than the price of a tank of gas.
No sympathy. Really think they should open to the public. It was already a low volume area so why the heck not?Hmmm........not looking good.
No sympathy. Really think they should open to the public. It was already a low volume area so why the heck not?
I do not know how long never is, but this is not uncommon. When Jiminy Peak sold Brodie they put in the deed that it could not be a public ski mtn again. It wad originally bought to be a private mtn with condos (called snow leaf) but that was not realistic for the location.
“The winter activities and downhill skiing are deed restricted. The resort must operate for 10 years on a private basis and if after 10 years the owner (Barnes) wishes to go public, it has to be offered back to (former owner) Mount Snow. There are no plans to go public based on the investments made, and the private club has gone swimmingly, especially with the advent of opening a new base lodge.”
That's where it goes into the gray area. Since the parties involved in the original sale, ASC, and the previous owners of Haystack (I forgot their development companies name, but they built the Greenspring and Kingswood townhome developments at Mount Snow) are no longer involved, and at least on the ASC side, no longer in existence. So who knows how it would hold up in court should Jim Barnes or Peak Resorts challenge some issue??Mount Snow could also mean the ASC