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Vail sees bookings fall
Wednesday December 10, 2008 - Email this article to a friend

The US resorts company says people are simply not making plans for a ski holiday as the economic future worries them too much.

It’s reported that accommodation bookings are 23% down on this time last year.

The company owns Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly and is therefore representative of the wider US snowsports industry.

However season lift passes, usually brought by locals and those living nearby, has gone up which is a hopeful sign.

The company hopes that people are simply delaying making a firm booking but will do so as the winter progresses.

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