FROM THE FRONT PAGE
was time to ‘‘move it across.’’
Hanson said the skifield was ‘‘in pretty good shape,’’ despite the recent annual report in April posting just a $67,000 profit last year.
The report to the board, by Darby, said Treble Cone had an increase in revenue last season and a decrease in operating expenses, ‘‘but the bottom-line financial performance of the mountain was not strong.’’
However, last year Treble Cone was named as the best skifield in New Zealand at the inaugural World Ski Awards, which Darby said was testament to the efforts of senior management and the mountain’s unique attributes.
‘‘Significant energy and time has been invested by my fellow directors over the year, and more of the same will be required to address difficult issues going forward,’’ he said.
Darby said he was also looking forward to spending the later half of the winter skiing at Treble Cone when he gets back.