State: Ski Area:

SACC Steering Committee Members:
Sierra Nevada Alliance


Endorsing Organizations:
Rocky Mountain Wild The Greater Yellowstone Coalition, The Wilderness Society, The Lands Council, Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development, Biodiversity Legal Foundation, Wild Wilderness,Wildlands CPR, Soda Mountain Wilderness Council, Conservation Northwest, Siskiyou Regional Education Project, Wilderness Workshop, Idaho Conservation League, Colorado Mountain Club, California Wilderness Coalition, American Lands Alliance, WildEarth Guardians, Native Forest Council, and the Western Wildlife Conservancy.

Powdr Corporation

Average Resort Score: 72.6%

Powdr Corp currently owns and operates 7 ski resorts and 1 tubing park in the United States. The company owns and manages several hotels and condominiums at some of their resorts, but is not currently involved in real estate development. Powdr Corporation has no official policy on the environmental or social impacts of its operations, however all of their resorts have environmentally friendly policies in place dealing with energy use, climate change, waste management, recycling and food supply sources, and appear to be exploring the impacts and solutions of other aspects of their operations.

Powdr Corporation Ski Areas: 7 ski areas totaling 9,046 acres of skiable terrain.

# Name Grade
1 Boreal Mountain Resort 79.6% (A)
2 Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort 65.7% (C)
3 Copper Mountain Ski Resort 71.2% (B)
4 Mount Bachelor Ski Area 54.3% (D)
5 Park City Mountain Resort 92.4% (A)


Resorts Not Included On Scorecard
# Name  
1 Killington, Vermont.  
2 Pico, Vermont.  
3 Soda Springs Ski Area, California.  
 
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