VAIL, COLORADO

VAIL, COLORADO

VAIL, COLORADO

With 5,289 skiable acres, Vail is the largest and most recognized ski resort in the United States. Vail consists of nearly 200 trails, 32 lifts, 10 back bowls, 4 terrain parks and 4 villages. Mike Larson, IAD’s principal and founding partner, worked as ... Learn More

ÖRNDALEN, SWEDEN

Örndalen is a new mountain resort development in the Vemdalen area of central Sweden. The project involves the development of approximately 100 Hectares of skiable terrain, a mountain village, multi-season recreation facilities and a 9 hole golf course ... Learn More

HIMALAYAN SKI VILLAGE, INDIA

Himalayan Ski Village (HSV) is a proposed mountain resort development in the Himalayan region of the Kullu Valley in northern India. With elevations up to 14,000 feet (4,200 meters), HSV will be the first fully planned and integrated mountain resort in India ... Learn More

SONGHUA LAKE RESORT, CHINA

The proposed Jilin Vanke Songhua Lake Resort is located 15 km from downtown Jilin and includes approximately 20 square kilometers of land in the valley with Qing Mountain at the south end of the property. The vision for the property ... Learn More

KIRORO MOUNTAIN RESORT

Kiroro is a ski resort nestled in the mountains outside of Akaigawa, a beautiful small village in Hokkaido, Japan. The resort currently operates 9 ski lifts and 21 trails and has an impressive 610 meters (2,000 feet) of vertical descent ... Learn More

BEAVER CREEK, COLORADO

Located in the Vail Valley of Colorado, Beaver Creek is 1,800 skiable acre mountain resort. The area contains 150 runs, 25 lifts and an 18 hole golf course set across three development zones, Beaver Creek Village, Bachelor Gulch, and Arrowhead ... Learn More

TRYSILFJELLET, NORWAY

Trysilfjellet Resort is one of Norway’s most prominent mountain resort getaways. With 6 chairlifts, including four detachable six person lifts, 17 surface lifts, 9 children’s lifts, 65 alpine ski trails, 100 km of nordic ski trails and 4 base villages, Trysilfjellet is ... Learn More

ÅRE, SWEDEN

Åre is Scandinavia’s most visited and largest resort destination, consisting of 46 lifts and 102 pistes set above 5 village bases containing 31,000 beds. The resort sees over 1,000,000 skier days per year and is host to the annual FIS World Championships ... Learn More

AMAGER BAKKE, DENMARK

In year 2017, Copenhageners and visitors will witness a waste-to-energy plant that is not only one of the best performing European plants in terms of energy efficiency, waste treatment capacity, and environmental consideration, but also ... Learn More