Thursday, November 22, 2012

Peak Resorts Buys Alpine Valley Ski Area

Peak Resorts announces the purchase of Alpine Valley Ski Area in Chesterland, Ohio. The northeast Ohio resort opened in 1962 and has two chairlifts, as well as four surface lifts.
"Alpine Valley fits strategically with how we are trying to grow our business in a market that we are familiar with", says Jesse Boyd, VP of Peak Resorts. "We feel the resort has been well maintained, and has a lot of potential. We look forward to the close integration of the resort with Boston Mills and Brandywine resorts, which are also located in the Cleveland area".
Jason Boyd will run the area this winter.
Peak Resorts is a privately owned Missouri-company that operates ski resorts in the Midwest and Northeast United States. The company was founded in 1977 by Tim Boyd. In 1982 he bought his first ski resort (Hidden Valley Ski Area). Shortly thereafter he opened a ski-resort in suburban Kansas City, Missouri at Weston, Missouri (Snow Creek Ski Resort).
Peak Resorts owns 10 ski resorts across the East and Midwest of the country: Attitash, NH; Crotched Mountain, NH; Mount Snow, VT; Wildcat Mountain Ski Area, NH; Boston Mills, OH; Brandywine, OH; Hidden Valley Ski Area, MO; Mad River Mountain, OH; Paoli Peaks, IN; and Snow Creek, MO. Jack Frost and Big Boulder Ski Areas are operated by Peak Resorts.

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