Mount Hadley

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This article is about the terrestrial mountain. For the lunar mountain, see Mons Hadley.

Mount Hadley is a part of the Rocky Mountain range in North America. The mountain is located in the South Rockies. The mountain takes its name from the nineteenth century novelist James Fenimore Cooper. Its highest peak is at 2,2000 metres above sea level.

Ski resort[edit]

In 2004, the mountain's first ski resort was opened. However, plans for the resort were short lived as they could not open the next year (2005) because of the small amounts of snow that year.[1] As a result of this, the resort has suffered over the past five years, as experts believe that global warming will continue to affect all resorts across the Rockies.[2]