Resource conflicts and expansion opportunities of ski areas in Oregon and Washington Public Deposited

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  • The ski areas of Oregon and Washington are similar in many [respects], especially in that they are predominately local day areas and are located on United States Forest Service lands. The demand for more ski facilities is apparent yet the number of new areas opening has decreased over the years. Due to the specific physical, resource, and economic requirements, only a few sites have the desirable features for growth. While many of the 22 major ski areas within the two have potential for growth, none will probably ever reach the size and status destination resorts such as Sun Valley, Idaho and Vail, Colorado are. Mt. Bachelor, Mission Ridge, and the Early Winters site appear to be the areas that have the greatest potential for growth in Oregon and Washington.
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