With all Vail resorts closing earlier this month, the company released their season metrics on Friday.
The company reported that in the North American resorts lift ticket revenue was up 9.3% over the past year. The resort also said that over the past year ski school revenue was up 6.5%, dining revenue was up 7% and retail/rental revenue was up 6.2%. The report also said that skier visits were up 6.8% from last year.
Vail CEO Rob Katz claimed that the boost in revenue came from growth and stability resulting from the epic season pass. Katz also said it was a result of the benefit of their geographic diversification, investments made in the resorts and the success of their data-driven marketing efforts.
Vail did not release information on any individual resorts including Park City Mountain Resort.