Purgatory Resort targets locals with new ski lift

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Purgatory Resort targets locals with new ski lift

Resort improvements include steepest mountain coaster in U.S.
James Coleman, second from left, owner of Purgatory Resort, points out new mountain improvements on Tuesday night during an open house for the public at the ski resort’s headquarters on north Main Avenue in Durango. Improvements include the Gelande lift realignment, which would meet the increasing demand for advanced terrain on the front side of the mountain.
Scott Price with Mountain Capital Partners highlights some improvements to Purgatory Resort, such as trail clearing, on Tuesday night at the ski resort’s headquarters on north Main Avenue in Durango. The resort is in the process of installing the steepest mountain coaster in the United States, although there is no projected completion date.

Purgatory Resort targets locals with new ski lift

James Coleman, second from left, owner of Purgatory Resort, points out new mountain improvements on Tuesday night during an open house for the public at the ski resort’s headquarters on north Main Avenue in Durango. Improvements include the Gelande lift realignment, which would meet the increasing demand for advanced terrain on the front side of the mountain.
Scott Price with Mountain Capital Partners highlights some improvements to Purgatory Resort, such as trail clearing, on Tuesday night at the ski resort’s headquarters on north Main Avenue in Durango. The resort is in the process of installing the steepest mountain coaster in the United States, although there is no projected completion date.
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