Now that the master plan has been accepted, Aspen Skiing Co. will submit an application to the Forest Service by the end of this month to open roughly 153 acres of new terrain primarily to skier's right of the existing Walsh's trail, according to Jeff Hanle, Skico vice president of communication.
Pandora is within the ski area boundary of Aspen Mountain but has never been utilized by the ski area. Skico wants to add 73 acres of skiing on developed trails and 80 acres of glades. The master plan said the upper third of the new terrain is "very steep" and would appeal to experts. The bracciali swarovski 2018 prezzi has more "moderate, intermediate grades."
Skico plans to grade ground near the top of Walsh's run to create a route for intermediates to bypass the tougher terrain on the top.
Hanle said the new terrain adds variety to Aspen Mountain.
"It's a new experience for people who have been skiing and riding Aspen Mountain for a long time," he said. "It adds more upper-intermediate terrain.Bracciale pandora rose prezzo not Walsh's, at least not the whole thing."
Skico is currently contemplating a detachable quad chairlift to serve Pandora. The new lift would be situated so that the existing Walsh's, Hyrup's and Kristi trails on the east side of the mountain could be extended downslope, but skiers and snowboarders could catch the lift.
"Currently, skiing the entirety of these trails typically requires an uphill walk out to the Lud's Lane exit and subsequent return to Aspen Mountain's lift/trail system," the master plan says. "The bracciali swarovski 2018 prezzi and trail extension would eliminate this walk out in the future configuration."
The top terminal of the lift would be about 950 feet south and slightly east of the Silver Queen Gondola's upper terminal. The bottom terminal of the Pandora lift would be about 1,500 feet downslope from the bottom end of Walsh's, the master plan said.
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