November traditionally marks the launch of the winter season in the ski resorts, when the first snow is about to fall. While the inflationary context is of great concern to mountain professionals, they are nevertheless betting on the 22/23 season after several seasons of ups and downs due to the health crisis. Numerous challenges await these actors, from snowmaking problems to the increase in operating costs and the sustainable transition of the resorts. The resorts must now reinvent themselves and adapt to the current context as well as to the new expectations of visitors.
Contrasting results from recent seasons While the 20/21 season performed better than the previous year, it also brought challenges for ski resorts around the world. The emergence of new waves and variants forced resorts to take certain restrictive measures for the safety of their customers...
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