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More new ski resorts for the future?

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Approaching the summit of Shahdagh
It seems Russia is not the only country looking for suitable sites for new ski resorts. In Azerbaijan, the Ministry of Culture & Tourism is preparing a tender for a $700 million skiing resort project. The planned location for the resort is the Shahdagh Mountain, Azerbaijan’s highest mountain, at 4,243m....See:

In the US, Kennecott Land is considering a ski resort in the Oquirrh Mountains on the west side of Salt Lake County.

Last week, Salt Lake County leaders joined the vice president of long-range planning of Kennecott Land at the site of the proposed ski resort, 18 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport. The north-facing peaks had fresh patches of snow. The resort would be the first in the Oquirrh Mountains, and would rise from a base elevation of 6,200 feet to 9,350 feet.

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