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Not sure how I missed this but back in January, KSL partnered with Henry Crown and Company (Aspen Ski Co) and bought Intrawest, Mammoth and Deer Valley. Side note that KSL has been fucking shit up something serious in Squaw Valley for some time now, and now they own Tremblant (see sub topic to follow). All so that they can compete with Vail's Epic pass. Something tells me I'll be spending more time at Bromont next season.


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