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Monday, February 27,2012

Small Wyoming Ski Areas Struggle For Survival, But Have Hope

Small Wyoming ski resorts have been folding in the past decade, but there may be hope for their futures. White Pine Ski Area has now gone up for sale, while Antelope Butte may see a resurrection.

White Pine Ski Area, located in Pinedale, failed to open this winter. The Citizens To Save White Pine, a consortium of local business owners, purchased the ski area in 2010 and operated it last winter. However, they did not have the financial resources to open the ski area this winter.

After failing to convince the Sublette County Commissioners to purchase the ski area, the Citizens to Save White Pine have now listed White Pine Ski Area for sale at $1.4 million, according to the Pinedale Online.


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