Sunday Showcase: Fight for Hurricane Ridge contract likely

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK — An avalanche of ideas and proposals is coming to Hurricane Ridge, set to begin its 44th winter of downhill skiing next month.

This year, the recently formed Hurricane Ridge Public Development Authority will operate the ski lifts.

The group was forged last December and is headed by the same leaders as the Hurricane Ridge Winter Sports Club, which previously operated the lifts.

The rest of this Sunday Showcase report on the expiring Olympic National Park concession contracts appears exclusively in today’s Peninsula Daily News. Click on “Subscribe” to get the PDN delivered or mailed to your home or office.

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