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Arizona Snowbowl announces its third new lift in three consecutive years. Combined, the three new lifts increase Snowbowl's overall uphill capacity by 85 percent or almost double over what it was in the 2014-15 winter season. This newest lift to open for the 2017-18 winter season will be a Doppelmayr quad chairlift. It will replace the existing Hart Prairie Riblet double chairlift originally installed in 1981. The new lift will feature Arizona’s first loading conveyor, which is similar to a moving sidewalk and designed to make loading the chairlift easier and more efficient. The conveyor simply moves the skier along the loading zone, and when the chair approaches, the skier is smoothly swept up and seated in the chair. Snowbowl season passes are now on sale through August 4th and the resort is open for the scenic chairlift and disc golf. Full Article

4 Must-Have, Multi-Resort, Kids-Ski-Free Passes - ©Eric Wheeler/Winter Park

4 Must-Have, Multi-Resort, Kids-Ski-Free Passes

Regional season passes are back for 2017/2018 with multiple resorts and kids skiing free.

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Important Improvements at 3 Rockies Ski Resorts - ©Arizona Snowbowl

Important Improvements at 3 Rockies Ski Resorts

Skiers at Snowbird, Whitefish and Arizona Snowbowl are enjoying new upgrades at the resorts.

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