Numbers at opposite ends of a decade 

1994/95

Skier visits: 1,775,275

Golf rounds: 52,491 (two golf courses)

Room nights (winter): 350,000

Room nights (summer): 250,000

Avg. room rate: $120

Avg. occupancy rate: 61%

RMOW 2% hotel tax revenue: $1.24 million

2003/04

Skier visits: 2,044,000

Golf rounds: 83,430 (four golf courses)

Room nights: 885,000

Avg. room rate: $190

Avg. occupancy rate: 55%

RMOW 2 % hotel tax revenue 2003: $3.6 million

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