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-'''[[Vertical Demand]]''' is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski over the course of a day (typically a six to seven hour period). This figure is calculated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels and now approximates the ranges listed in table below.+[[Image:Vertical demand ski slope.jpg|'''[[Vertical Demand]]''' is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski over the course of a day (typically a six to seven hour period). This figure is calculated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.|thumb|300px]]
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 +'''[[Vertical Demand]]''' is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski over the course of a day (typically a six to seven hour period). This figure is calculated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.
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*'''[[Base Area Design]]''' *'''[[Base Area Design]]'''
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* Wikipedia ''Ski Resort'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ski_resort] * Wikipedia ''Ski Resort'' [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ski_resort]
* ''All Season Resort Guidelines'' BC Tourism and Resort Development Division,Ministry of Tourism, Sport and the Arts and Brent Harley and Associates Inc. The Resort Planning Group [http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/ftp/Resort_Development/external/!publish/Web/asr/asr_guidelines_mountain_resort_c2.pdf.] * ''All Season Resort Guidelines'' BC Tourism and Resort Development Division,Ministry of Tourism, Sport and the Arts and Brent Harley and Associates Inc. The Resort Planning Group [http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/ftp/Resort_Development/external/!publish/Web/asr/asr_guidelines_mountain_resort_c2.pdf.]

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Vertical Demand is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski over the course of a day (typically a six to seven hour period). This figure is calculated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.
Vertical Demand is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski over the course of a day (typically a six to seven hour period). This figure is calculated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.

Vertical Demand is the amount of vertical terrain that skiers/riders can be expected to ski over the course of a day (typically a six to seven hour period). This figure is calculated separately for each skill class. The average vertical demand has been increasing for all skill levels.


Also see

Reference

  • Wikipedia Ski Resort [1]
  • All Season Resort Guidelines BC Tourism and Resort Development Division,Ministry of Tourism, Sport and the Arts and Brent Harley and Associates Inc. The Resort Planning Group [2]

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