Near the band, Mount Bachelor’s parent company unveiled its Fast Track Pass this week, allowing for an unexpected upgrade that starts at $ 49 a day. Holders will be able to use a “fast lane” in addition to a few of the resort’s elevators, according to the announcement, which “advertised a smooth and fast experience for skiers and pursuing skiers and riders.”
Adult lift tickets for the bachelor’s start at $ 65 a day.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, was released Wednesday. A letter He asked the head of his parent company, POWDR, to abandon the project or “at least … delay the implementation until it has properly explained to the public how.” The fast-track policy will not promote the existing equality issues in outdoor recreation. “
Band skier Dan Kochran said. Oregon“It just feels like a slap in the face. It’s clearly targeting out-of-town and upper-income people who have recently moved to the city.”
He said the proposal is particularly unsuitable for a bachelor because his clients are too local.
Kochran said he launched a petition against Fast Track on Sunday and received nearly 4,000 signatures in two days.
A fast-track letter from another band, Skier, to the source of the Central Oregon Weekly newspaper, “is proof that skiing is now about pleasing shareholders and whoever is willing to pay a higher price.” The upgrade, he said, would allow “more fortunate disposable encryptors” to “calculate time away from their laptops”.
POWDR is also planning a fast track to its three other properties, Colorado Copper Mountain, Utah’s Snowbird and Vermont’s Clinton. In California, the company owns Borel and Soda Springs.