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November 2014

Found 3 blog entries for November 2014.

The whole country is freezing and Park City’s ski resorts are prepping for their 2014 season opening days. Our last storm didn’t bring as much as Lancaster, New York is getting right now, but the snow guns are blowing and more of Utah’s champagne powder is in the forecast.

PCMR opens up this Saturday Nov. 22nd, Canyons the following Friday Nov. 28th, and Deer Valley Resort® opens Saturday Dec 6th. Now that Vail operates PCMR and Canyons, you can attend both if you have your Epic Pass. It’s only available until November 23rd, so make sure you get yours if you want one.

If you have the Epic Local Pass, Canyons opening day is blacked out Friday and Saturday (Sunday is fair game) because it’s a holiday weekend, but you can ski or snowboard at PCMR if

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It’s Been a while since I blogged about some great properties, so here are two Trappers Cabins that allow nightly rentals. There are some great developer incentives for you to take advantage of on current listings, especially on these two trapper cabins.

Promontory has already outsold there 2013 number and the future continues to look bright out there. The Nicklaus Clubhouse is under construction, and there are endless amenities for you to enjoy if you invest in Promontory.One will be completed by end of year, and the other shortly after. Each of them are 4 Bed 4 Bath Cabins with 2731 Square feet.

Here are the current Incentives:

Both will include a Full Golf Or Social membership—buyer picks.

Effective immediately, any buyer who closes by

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Ski Utah’s ONE Wasatch concept is sure to boost Utah’s economy. This 18,000 acre interconnect experience will be the only one of its kind in the North America and we can leverage that to bring in more skier days than our competitors. That means more dollars from ski- and snowboard-related spending in Utah. Nathan Rafferty, President & CEO of Ski Utah, recently talked about the concept and this is what I learned.

18,000 acres. 100 lifts. 1 pass.

One Wasatch Map

The Vision: Create the most efficient and enjoyable interconnected mountain resort ski experience in North America, recognizing watershed protection and backcountry ski terrain preservation as key elements.

 

Why Does ONE Wasatch Make Sense?

One Wasatch StatsCurrently, the annual impact on the Utah economy

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