ASHLAND, Ore. (AP) — The ski area at Mount Ashland in Southern Oregon has yet to open this winter. And that could mean trouble for the nonprofit association that's been running it since the early 1990s.
General Manager Kim Clark tells the Daily Tidings (http://bit.ly/1m3VQVa ) that if there's no season, the area could close.
Clark says the association's reserves are dwindling, and some season pass holders want refunds.
The latest the ski area has ever opened was Feb. 17 in 1977.
The recent storms brought the snow depth to 11 inches, not enough to open.
A National Weather Service worker tells the paper that this week is likely to bring more rain than snow to higher elevations.
Information from: The Ashland Daily Tidings, http://www.dailytidings.com