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A second life of ski resorts.

A second life of ski resorts.
A second life of ski resorts.

It is no secret that the winter 2006 was a difficult period for many ski resorts. Mild winters and lack of snow had a bad influence on business as that year there were less tourists in many European ski resorts that in the previous years.

However, it is always possible to find the way out. The Property Company “Ski-Invest” reported, that there are still many other activities that become more and more popular within each year. Now many resorts that provided only winter activities now attract visitors with new activities such as climbing and mountain cycling. Besides, it was mentioned that areas like France or Switzerland did not suffer from the climate changes such as warming because they do all their best to attract new tourists to their resorts.

There are many good examples of ski resorts like the Nevis range resort that is situated near Fort William, Scotland that are trying to get accustomed to changing weather conditions. This resort has a world class mountain bike track that gives it an opportunity to play host to a world championship event in early September.

Date: 07/08/2007

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