Deer Valley

As Park City says goodbye to ski season, KPCW spoke with Deer Valley Resort president and general manager Bob Wheaton. David Boyle has the recap:

Deer Valley Resort

Ski towns across much of the west are crying the blues on the season snow pack.  According to many experts in the industry, none of the resort managers expect to hit any records for lodging and ticket sales.   Even so, Deer Valley doesn’t plan to lay anyone off before the end of the season.  Carolyn Murray has this:

The Wasatch Mountain snowpack is the lowest in decades but some of Utah’s ski industry experts say conditions are surprisingly good and that the season is not over yet.  There are challenges the ski resorts and hospitality businesses face when Mother Nature doesn’t deliver the goods.   Carolyn Murray has this:

With two of the three Mayflower properties sold and the third not far behind, Wasatch County is preparing for a multi-year build-out in the area of Highway 40 and the Jordanelle Reservoir.  Leslie Thatcher brings you the update:

The Extell Development Company out of New York City has closed on the 23-hundred acre mountain parcel of Mayflower – paving the way for an expansion of the Deer Valley Resort. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

Deer Valley Sale Still Not Final

Sep 28, 2017
Deer Valley Ski Resort

 The Deer Valley sale to the KSL and Crown Family partnership isn’t final yet.  The purchasing group still hasn’t settled on a name and the president of Deer Valley says nothing will change as they prepare for the coming ski season.    Carolyn Murray has more. 

Ski Magazine Rates Deer Valley Number 1

Sep 28, 2017
Deer Valley Ski Resort

The annual Ski Magazine Readers Survey once again rates Deer Valley number one.  It’s been several years since holding the top spot and the head of the company says it’s no lie that number one is more fun.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Company Buying Deer Valley Still Has No Name

Aug 23, 2017
Courtesy of Deer Valley

Deer Valley has provided 36 years of skiing in Park City.  On Monday, President and General Manger, Bob Wheaton, announced the sale of the resort. Carolyn Murray has more:

Biggest Worry: Will Deer Valley Remain Snowboard Free?

Aug 22, 2017
Courtesy of Deer Valley

The Park City Community is buzzing with the ski industry announcement on Monday that Deer Valley Resort is being sold to an expansive corporate interest that rivals Vail. Some big questions linger.  Carolyn Murray has more: 

Bob Wheaton, President and General Manager of Deer Valley Resort, says there will be "no changes" despite the sale of the Park City ski area to a new four season resort company.  Click below to hear his interview with KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley:  

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