by MJ Tarallo
Every year is somewhat of a crap shoot for the ski industry depending on snow and snow conditions. There are winners and losers. The stars aligned for the U.S. west this past winter but other parts of North America fared relatively well and there are a number of improvement plans in the works at various resorts. More on that later.
The National Ski Areas Association announced recently that the 2022-23 season was a record. The association reported that resorts nationwide reached 64.7 million skier visits, an increase of 6% over the previous season. The western part of the U.S. can take credit for the bulging numbers.
Read the full article here: The 2022-23 Ski Season Sets a Record Thanks Primarily to the Western U.S. (sunandsnowadventures.com)