Hotels and restaurants anticipate brisk business
Ski resorts are open for business after Storm Norma dumped fresh snow, raising hopes for a season that is significantly better than last year’s.
The country’s ski resorts opened their slopes to the public on Dec. 31, and expect to remain open for the next three months.
“We have one meter of snow so far, and this is enough to keep us open for three months,” said Nicole Wakim, Marketing Manager at Mzaar 2000, the company that owns Mzaar Ski Resort.
Some 70,000 skiers visited Mzaar Ski Resort last year over a 53-day season that started mid-January. Its slopes rise from an altitude of 1,950 meters to 2,350 meters.