What are Alpine Slides & Why do they Work at Ski Resorts? March 19, 2019 Runaway Mountain Coaster Claims Title of Longest & Fastest Coaster in Midwest US March 19, 2019
“How Alpine Slides Work
The best way to describe the function of an alpine slide is to compare it to its cousin, the bobsled. Unlike the bobsled, the alpine slide is a smooth, continuous track that is often built into the side of a hill and does not need ice…Keep Reading
No snow necessary: Ski resorts deliver summer fun February 15, 2019
The Runaway Mountain Coaster at Branson Mountain Adventure Park in MO opened to the public August 2016. This alpine coaster designed and built by ADG, is 4,900 ft. long with track laid out over 330’ ft. of elevation and two elevated 360 degree corkscrews, making it the longest in the Midwest.Keep Reading
IAAPA Tradeshow Floor Plan November 5, 2018
Sources: Larry Olmsted, Go Escape, USA Today, https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/destinations/2013/07/19/ski-resort-summer-attractions-activities/2552835/ & Allen Best, Grist, “As ski season gets shorter, resorts build summer attractions” https://grist.org/article/as-ski-season-gets-shorter-resorts-build-summer-attractions/
“I came for the winter, but stayed for the summer.”
In recent years, top ski destinations have beefed up their warm-weather offerings to lure visitors. Most large ski resorts offer world-class…Keep Reading
Get Up and Running Faster with ADG October 16, 2018
How do we guarantee continuous and growing revenue streams with something as variable and unpredictable as the weather?
The solution: Weatherproof Your Mountain with supplemental attractions…Keep Reading
Inferno Mountain Coaster Opens to Public At Purgatory Resort August 28, 2018
ADG has a long history of executing on-time projects, and our clients rely on hitting an opening date…Keep Reading
Destination: Mountain Coaster! August 28, 2018
(Cohoes, NY) – ADG opened Southwest Colorado’s only mountain coaster to the public Saturday, Aug. 25. The Purgatory Inferno Mountain Coaster will be open throughout the year – summer, fall, winter, and spring.
The Inferno Mountain Coaster is 4,000 feet long with a 300 vertical drop and fetaures nine switchbacks and…Keep Reading
ADG’s Mountain Talk- with Mike Russo, Copper Mountain. August 28, 2018
Mountain coasters are quickly becoming a “must do” experience that people of all ages are seeking out. And owners are quickly realizing that if you have a big enough hill, you can draw a really big crowd. Since the first alpine mountain coaster was installed in Glenwood Spring, CO, they have…Keep Reading
Schedule a Meeting at the upcoming NSAA shows! January 17, 2019
As the weather becomes more and more unpredictable, mountains are finding that the time has come to start looking at summer activities not just as…Keep Reading
Schedule a one-on-one meeting with a Mountainside Specialist at one of the upcoming NSAA shows. We’ll discuss which attractions are best suited for your guests, your mountain, and your business goals.
NSAA West: Jan 22-24 (Snowbird, UT)