A plan to build two chairlifts and a snow bridge across a Nevada highway for skiers at the Mt. Rose Ski resort to access 11 new trails proposed for the mountain, has been tentatively approved by the US Forest Service, writes My San Antonio.
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A draft record of the decision was released Monday by Officials for the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, approving the resort’s expansion planned across 112 acres north of the Mount Rose Highway. The plans include a new restroom, water pipeline and 5-million-gallon (19-million-liter) water tank to support snowmaking operations in the Atoma Area.
The plan is subject to a 45-day public comment to field objections from those who already commented.