Heaps and heaps of Aussie skiers go to USA and Canada. Obviously not your crowd though!I think your 10% of pass holders going to the US is way too high, I reckon it would be lucky to be more than 2%. Out of all the skiers I know there is only that goes to the US and she is a Thredbo skier anyway. With Japan being the preferred destination for Australian skiers because of its convenience I think the US doesn't enter most people's radar. Have you seen the exchange rate lately?
As an aside, a couple of years ago I was taking to a senior manager who is now the CEO of one of the Vail resorts, he had just come back from a holiday in the states. I asked him did he he go to the Vail resorts over there, he said no, even with the staff discount and epic pass they were way too expensive for him.
Heaps and heaps of Aussie skiers go to USA and Canada. Obviously not your crowd though!
I've skied Andermatt and had that very experience. They also don't bother to clear offload for chairs when it is snowing heavily. Why would the chair drag through the snow does it for you... of course who gives a shit about the riders getting their boots and skis caught under the chair.Learn how to deal with a 60 year old drunk Swiss farmer who has sat at the same T bar for the last 40 years watching people fall over .
It means what it says. It would be an amicable separation. Working through to end of year etc. Onboarding his replacement.No idea what this means, or if it's just a blip in VR corporate history. Barkin has been with VR since 2012.
July 11, 2022
/PRNewswire/ -- Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN) today announced that Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Michael Barkin will be stepping down...www.prnewswire.com