The projected American Dream Miami Mall, set to open in 2025. Triple Five Group photo.
If you ever have dreamed of enjoying those lovely Florida sun rays and then catching some powder laps in the afternoon, 2025 will be your year. Triple Five Worldwide, a Canadian development firm, just announced the news that they will open an indoor ski resort in Miami as part of their new five million square foot mall.
Other attractions of the development include an ice skating rink, an aquarium, a submarine lake, and indoor roller skating. Coming in at just under $5 billion, the development will be called American Dream Miami after the American Dream mall that recently opened in New Jersey and boasts North America’s first indoor ski resort. As indoor ski resorts become wildly popular abroad, they represent a new multi-billion dollar industry gaining traction in North America as well.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Teton Gravity Research (@tetongravity) on Jan 12, 2020 at 7:01am PST Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has had a January for the ages so far, shattering historic snowfall records with an incredible 126 inches, or 10.5 feet! The previous mid-January record at the resort was a measly 102 inches in 2000, leaps and bounds ahead of the third record in 1995 of 95 inches. RELATED: TGR's First Branded Hotel Experience, The Continuum
2020 is all about equality for the Freeride World Tour. FWT Photo. This month, when the Freeride World Tour athletes drop from the Hakuba start gate, they’ll all be competing for the same cash prize—male or female. The Freeride World Tour is setting a new standard at the dawn of a new decade: equal pay regardless of gender. It’s a progressive step forward for female freeriding, and the FWT hopes it will elevate the next generation of freeriders. On top of gender parity in pay, the FWT has
Perisher Ski Resort bringing their snow guns to the fight. Reuters photo. Selwyn Ski Resort in Australia suffered extreme fire damage earlier this month due to the bushfires ravaging the country. Thredbo and Perisher, two resorts just 30 miles south of Selwyn, are facing the same fate unless they can deter the flames in time. To do this, they have started employing their snow guns. RELATED: Read About the Devastating Australian Fires Both ski resorts are in the predicted fire path and