What are Alpine Slides & Why do they Work at Ski Resorts?

“How Alpine Slides Work The best way to describe the function of an alpine slide is to compare it to its cousin, the bobsled. Unlike the bobsled, the alpine slide is a smooth, continuous track that is often built into the side of a hill and does not need ice to operate. Ski resorts typically install these slides as a way to attract business year-round when the weather is too warm for skiers and snowboarders.
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A Year Round Attraction, the Inferno Mountain Coaster at Purgatory Mountain Resort in Colorado Opens

Southwest Colorado’s only mountain coaster, designed & built by ADG Mountainsides, opened to the public this past Saturday, August 25 with plans to operate year-round.
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ADG’s Newest Mountain Coaster Opens at Copper Mountain, Colorado

An ADG Mountain Coaster has opened at Copper Mountain Resort in Summit County, CO. This mountain coaster is one of the longest alpine coasters in North America and features a stunning scenic ascent and thrilling descent of twists & turns through the high-alpine forest of the Rocky Mountains.
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ADG’S Newly Redesigned Alpine Mountain Slide Opens at Camelback Mountain Resort

Camelback Resort located in the Pocono Mountains of PA, has brought back an iconic attraction to their mountain with the opening of their brand new Mountain Slide attraction.
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