Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort, thanks to Colorado Ski Country USA
An as-yet-un named ski company continues to be silently making waves within the ski world now in the aim of developing a top-notch ski company within the North western U . s . States. Durango businessman James Coleman just bought Colorado's Durango Mountain Resort to have an unknown amount, using the announcement coming just days after Coleman also decided to purchase Flagstaff's Arizona Snowbowl. Coleman already has possession interests in Sipapu Ski and Summer time Resort south of Taos, Boise State Broncos, and Pajarito Mountain Ski Area in Los Alamos, Boise State Broncos. So as the talk from the ski world this fall continues to be Vail's acquisition of Park City Mountain Resort, Mammoth's purchase of the Large Bear Resorts, and also the purchase of Solitude to Deer Valley, Mr. Coleman continues to be silently gathering an accumulation of more compact, family-oriented ski resorts.
Durango Mountain Resort (formally referred to as Purgatory), continues to be available on the market for any new owner for some time now, and local people were concerned the ski area may be gobbled up with a bigger resort operator. After bringing in a large number of potential purchasers, resort management simplified the area to 5, which Coleman's offer was the only real local offer. Inside a news release reported within the Durango Herald, Coleman states he continuously get the resort.
"My top focal points is to find methods to extend the ski season whenever possible, increase terrain, expedite enhancements within the approved mountain master plan, increase summer time activities and usually create a fantastic experience for snowboarders, snowboarders and mountain enthusiasts, " he stated.