The Candanchú ski resort, located in the Aragonese Pyrenees, has announced that it will not open next season.
The Board of Directors of the station has made this decision alleging million dollar losses by the Coronavirus pandemic. According to the statement, which includes the Herald, the data of the exercise that has just been closed would do "unsustainable" the medium-term feasibility of the project.
Despite the decision, from Candanchú they point out that they will fulfill their commitments with suppliers and customers.
The mayors of the Peoples of the Valley where the station is located have already requested an "urgent" meeting with the Councilors Marten Gaston and Arturo Aliaga, and the president of the Provincial Provincial Council of Huesca, Miguel Gracia Ferrer, to try to tackle the problem, reports The newspaper of Aragon.Updated Date: 25 July 2021, 03:57