Here Are All 40 Ski Resorts That Vail Resorts Owns/Operates

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Vail Resorts has unprecedented influence over the ski industry. It has been controversial in the ski industry at times and has received praise amongst the business community for its organizational structures.

Once the acquisition of Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Inc, Hidden Valley Resort, and Laurel Mountain Ski Area is completed this winter, Vail will own or operate 40 ski resorts in the USA, Canada, and Australia.

Vail’s game-changing “Epic Pass” now gives access to 73 ski resorts throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, France, Switzerland, Italy, and Austria. 

Epic Pass.

Forbes has named Vail as one of America’s best employers for five years running, and business publication Fast Company has repeatedly named Vail as one of the world’s most innovative companies. Vail has admirably put effort into creating an equal workplace, resulting in Forbes naming Vail as one of the best employers for women.

WWII veterans Pete Seibert and Earl Eaton founded Vail in 1962, and by 2000, Vail had expanded far beyond its namesake home mountain,  acquiring some of the top-notch ski areas in Colorado. 5280 Publishing reports that with ownership of Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, and Keystone, Vail Associates changed its name to Vail Resorts in 1997 and went public on the stock market. This move eventually led to the corporation’s widespread acquisition of ski properties around the globe, from British Columbia to Australia.

Vail’s founders.

Here’s A Complete List Of The 40 Mountains

Vail Resorts Owns/Operates

in Chronological Oder

Compiled by Keegan Pope of 5280 Publishing

Vail Mountain, Colorado: 1962
Beaver Creek Resort, Colorado: 1980
Breckenridge Ski Resort, Colorado: 1997
Keystone Resort, Colorado: 1997
Heavenly Mountain Resort, California: 2002
Northstar California Resort, California: 2010
Kirkwood Mountain Resort, California: 2012
Afton Alps, Minnesota: 2012
Mt. Brighton, Michigan: 2012
Canyons Resort, Utah: 2013
Park City Mountain Resort, Utah: 2014
Perisher Ski Resort, Australia: 2015
Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort, Wisconsin: 2016
Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia, Canada: 2016
Stowe Mountain Resort, Vermont: 2017
Crested Butte Mountain Resort, Colorado: 2018
Mount Sunapee Resort, New Hampshire: 2018
Okemo Mountain Resort, Vermont: 2018
Stevens Pass, Washington: 2018
Falls Creek, Australia: 2019
Hotham Alpine Resort, Australia: 2019
Paoli Peaks, Indiana: 2019
Hidden Valley Ski Resort, Missouri: 2019
Snow Creek Ski Area, Missouri: 2019
Attitash Mountain Ski Area, New Hampshire: 2019
Crotched Mountain Resort, New Hampshire: 2019
Wildcat Mountain Ski Area, New Hampshire: 2019
Hunter Mountain, New York: 2019
Boston Mills Ski Resort, Ohio: 2019
Brandywine Ski Resort, Ohio: 2019
Mad River Mountain, Ohio: 2019
Alpine Valley Resort, Ohio: 2019
Jack Frost Ski Resort, Pennsylvania: 2019
Big Boulder Ski Resort
, Pennsylvania: 2019
Roundtop Mountain Resort, Pennsylvania: 2019
Whitetail Resort, Pennsylvania: 2019
Liberty Mountain Resort, Pennsylvania: 2019
Mount Snow Resort, Vermont: 2019
Seven Springs Resort, Pennsylvania: 2021
Hidden Valley Resort, Pennsylvania: 2021
Laurel Mountain Ski Area, Pennsylvania: 2021


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12 thoughts on “Here Are All 40 Ski Resorts That Vail Resorts Owns/Operates

  1. There’s too many unknown variables in a business like that to have a valued opinion unless you have experienced that industry first hand not by being a customer but dealing with the finances employees ,food ,water Management ,Land Management , BLM, EPA not to mention different activists groups, liability insurance, employee insurance list goes on so your opinions really mean s*** unless you’ve experienced this

  2. vail .. truly has become the most egotistical company in the ski industry

    they pay their instructors 17 bucks while the keep $1.200 for a 5 hr private lesson not including the 80 bucks the will charge a family of 4 for pizza burgers and soft drinks at their resort cafeteria

  3. Hi My name is Steve Moroney I am looking for someone that is in charge of the park city ski resort in Park City Utah we would like to throw an event in the area. Thank you so much

    Steve 641-583-1009

  4. Higher prices and pooooor customer service…..any marketing person knows that to be the worst
    possible sales strategy. Whats wrong with these Vail people

  5. Vail Resorts does a wonderful job. I really appreciate the customer service. Keep up the good work in Breckenridge.

  6. Can’t wait to ski Crotch Mountain. Should acquire the Anus Alps and Butthole Basin and sell a Epic Groin Locals Pass next season.

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