The owner of Whistler Blackcomb, co-host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, has sold one of its Colorado ski resorts as the company grapples with a heavy debt load.
Intrawest ULC, which owns Whistler and nine other winter resorts in North America, said Tuesday it has sold Copper Mountain to Powdr Corp., based in Park City, Utah, and one of the larger ski resort operators in the United States. The price was not disclosed.
Intrawest sells Colorado ski resort - The Globe and Mail
I wonder what Powdr Corp. will be like? I assume they are just another big Corporation and will run Copper as such. I had hoped Tony Nevelly would buy Copper back and bring back the old ski resort for skiers ethics. Meaning longer seasons and great spring skiing until May. I had assume spring days in late April back in the 90's.