GOLDEN, B.C. — The purchase of the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort by Resorts of the Canadian Rockies (RCR) is officially complete.
“We are proud to be joining the RCR family of resorts. I’m confident there will be strong synergies across all resorts and opportunities for continued growth,” said Steve Paccagnan, president of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.
John Shea, chief resorts officer of RCR, is pleased about the transaction, too. “We are equally as excited to have Kicking Horse Mountain Resort become part of Resorts of the Canadian Rockies. The addition of Kicking Horse brand to RCR adds another one of North America’s top destination resorts to our family of resorts,” he said of the North American company that now owns six ski resorts across Canada.
Meanwhile, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort recently got provincial approval for an expanded controlled recreation area, 20,000 bed units, an 18-hole signature golf course, a multi-use trail system with two proposed lifts and 4,188 acres of skiable terrain.