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|Hockley Valley Resort|
|Location||Mono, Ontario, Canada|
|Vertical||114 m (375 ft)|
|Skiable area||12 ha (30 acres)|
|Longest run||579 m (1,900 ft)|
|Lift system||4 (2 Quad Chairlifts, 1 Handle Tow, 1 Magic Carpet)|
|Lift capacity||1,200 per hour|
|Snowfall||2.5 m (100 in)|
|Night skiing||Yes (Tue-Sat, 5pm-10pm)|
The town of Mono, also has the Hockley Valley Provincial Nature Reserve. The resort, originally a small hotel along with ski retreat was purchased by Nancy Adamo in 1985, and in 1986 it underwent a $250 million revamp into a resort, spa and conference centre, and by 2000 it employed a 250 staff.
In the past it had served as a courthouse, a blacksmith shop and a town hall.
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- Gillian Holmes (1999). Who's Who of Canadian Women, 1999-2000. University of Toronto Press. pp. 7–. ISBN 978-0-920966-55-6.
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the property was previously Hockley Hills Resort. later, it became Heritage Village Canada, affiliated with Jim Bakker's Heritage USA. Plans were abandoned and it ran independently shortly afterward. Eventually, it became Hockley Valley Resort.
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