HamFaceGirlLol such debbie downers in thie thread. It's not that hard to run a ski resort
It wouldn't be as hard as everyone is trying to make it out to be, but there are some things that would need to happen before anything could really work.
Even if you were going to run the bare minimum upkeep costs, there would still be a cost for maintaining and running the slopes. You would need to pay at least
, for the running costs and maintenance costs of the lift and the snowcats. That is all that would be necessary for the mountain to function as a ski slope.
You would also need to have someone/a few people to operate the snowcats in order to groom the trails and build the terrain parks. Potentially someone could do this for free and just help out, but that would be unlikely.
If it were to be just NS mountain, you could close the slopes to the public. You could charge a small season pass fee for NS members, maybe like $200 in order to cover upkeep costs and all that. You would have to have everyone agree to sign a release form to rid of liability in the instance someone were to get hurt.
Also, promoting events such as big air, slope-style, and rail jams at the mountain could bring in money for costs.
1. Buy the property
2. Only operate the needed lift(s)
3. Have someone/people to build the terrain parks
4. Sell cheap season passes/tickets for NS members
5. Liability forms
6. Host events