Vail Resorts Promises $85 Million in Resort Improvements for 2014-15

Chairlift Vail Resorts is investing $500 million in improving the guest experience at their 10 mountain locations. Improvements include new chairlifts at Breckenridge and Beaver Creek, room renovations at The Lodge at Vail, renovated restaurants at Breckenridge and Canyons and enhancements to the snowmaking system at Beaver Creek.

Projects planned for this summer for the 2014-15 winter season include chair life and snowmaking upgrades at Beaver Creek, chair lift and Peak 9 restaurant improvements in Breckenridge Colorado, renovation of The Lodge at Vail, as well as, upgrades at Canyons Cloud Dine and a snowmaking expansion.

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Vail Resorts offers multiple pass options including the Epic Pass offering unlimited skiing or riding at 11 resorts starting at $729 for adults and $379 for children. No blackout dates or restrictions apply. Guests can pay $49 by May 26 to reserve their season pass rate and receive 2 Buddy Tickets for 2014-2015. 

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