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Client since 1999
Five maps including main Frontside Map, Back Bowls and Blue Sky Basin. Winter and Summer versions, plus a detailed Town of Vail map.
Vail Mountain in 1999 the largest ski resort in the U.S. with 5,300 acres. The sheer size and layout required three maps to cover the skiable terrain. VistaMap’s first large, multiple map project. For over 16 years, VistaMap has continued to service the maps adding new features and updated information annually.
NEW for 2018-19 SEASON!
Vail Mountain has a variety of Adventure Zones and Family Learning Zones that provide unique and fun features to build confidence and challenge kid's skiing and riding abilities through exploration.
VistaMap simplified the map, updated colors, textures and fonts and created custom icons to key guests to the locations and descriptions of the Adventure Zones and Family Learning Zones.
SQUAW VALLEY USA / ALPINE MEADOWS
Client since 2008
Beginning with maps for Alpine Meadows and Homewood in 2008 where VistaMap’s first projects in the Lake Tahoe region. In 2011 VistaMap created five maps for Squaw Valley USA. Ultimately, Squaw Valley USA purchased Alpine Meadows and the two resorts combined offer over 6,200 acres of terrain. There are two maps to cover Alpine Meadows and five maps for Squaw. The Squaw maps include a detailed, close up inset of the mid-mountain Gold Coast to High Camp area which is the primary location of the resorts beginner terrain. The extra inset map provides a more accurate and clear view of this terrain, a key in assisting beginner and novice skiers to identify, navigate and enjoy their day.
Summer activities at Squaw utilize a Summer conversion map.
-A new client for 2016, Sea Island Resort is an incredibly complex project. The overall view map includes about 100 square miles to show the relationship from Interstate 95 to the resort.
As the viewer zooms in, the artwork becomes more detailed to give an accurate visual reference to three essential clusters of facilities:
-The Lodge, home of two PGA golf courses, The Seaside and Plantation Courses and the newly redesigned Retreat Course (by Davis Love III and his brother Mark).
-The Cloister and Beach Club, with a wide variety of five star accommodations and recreational opportunities.
- The Inn and The Market, a little more casual lodging and shopping for fine wine, gifts and gourmet foods.
STOWE MOUNTAIN RESORT
VistaMap client since 2005, Stowe, VT has one Winter map and a Summer conversion map.
Starting in 2005, VistaMap produced a new trail map for Stowe Mountain Resort. While the resort is spread over two peaks, Spruce Peak and the highest peak in Vermont, Mount Mansfield, the full terrain was captured in one main view. Since 2005, Stowe has continued to develop the Spruce Camp Base area, with the addition of a new lodge, hotel, on-mountain homes and most recently a new Adventure Center, updated annually to reflect this growth. During the Adventure Center construction, several additional specialized maps were created to guide guests to new parking areas and facilities. Stowe also uses a Summer conversion map.
The Remarkables, NZ, VistaMap’s first project in New Zealand, 100% of the resort is above tree line. Client since 2014.
In 2014, The Remarkables added a new lift, servicing terrain which was not adequately depicted on the exiting trail map and VistaMap was contracted to create a new map to not only include the new terrain but also more accurately show the existing terrain. The Remarkables is 100% above tree line and offers skiing across 180 degrees from the base area. Most notable in this map is the inclusion of all of the terrain in one main view and the level of detail in the terrain features and the many majestic rock features that line the summit.
SNOW KING MOUNTAIN RESORT
Created in 2004, the Houston Zoo map included more than 55 acres of exhibits, 800 species of animals, play areas, education centers and meeting spots. Clear and accurate rendering of the hundreds of buildings and features allow the guest to visually identify their surroundings and location.
ESSEX COUNTY NEW YORK
Essex County in upstate New York covers almost 1,800 square miles. Home to the High Peaks of the Adirondacks, Lake Placid home of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic Games and Adirondack Park.
Adirondack Park comprises over 6 million acres, 10,000 lakes, 30,000 rivers and streams and 102 towns situated amongst old growth forest, bordered on the East by Lake Champlain.