Ski Resorts Are Expanding Their Range of Activities IN THE NEWS | AQUATIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP | February 11, 2016

New York Times reports ski resorts, like Killington in Vermont, are working to attract business meetings and conferences and expanding their range of activities to offer options that are less weather-dependent.

Instead of skiing, guests can always use the resort’s spa or ride on a newly installed mountain coaster. They are part of $2.5 million in new investments made in part to attract conferences and corporate retreats.

Beast Mountain Coaster

Killington’s new Beast Mountain Coaster, which takes riders down the mountain on an elevated steel track much like a roller coaster, was introduced over the summer and runs all year, snow or no snow.

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