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Mig,

They do a good job, and seem to get that the skiing (I'll use that as the all encompassing term) is the reason you come.  All the other things they make money on are supportive of enhancing the "skiing" experience.  They are pretty straightforward about the cost / benefit of early opening, late closing, mid week lifts and other operational activities, and have management pretty available to chat either online, or in person on the hill, so at a minimum you understand their thoughts and plans.  They have their fair share of operational snafu's, like any small business, but you can generally see things changing afterwards, which atleast gives you the feeling they are trying.  
Probably the "how are they doing" question is best answered by how they bought the place.  The old regime closed the mountain at the end of their season, the deal closed that week, and the new owners opened it back up the next weekend because conditions were great, all passes were honored.  Clearly something they did not have to do, but indicative of how they've run things since.

And Marc, too bad I didn’t know you were about, I'd have atleast shared a reeb in the cold parking lot.

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From: Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports <[log in to unmask]> On Behalf Of Miguel Naughton
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Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] Day one

Andy,

How do things run under Peak Resorts management?  My impression is that they are quite competent, but I don't really know.

Mig

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