Both Brandywine and Boston Mills ski resorts are scheduled to get new, four-person chairlifts, yet not until the 2022-23 ski season. The local investment was included for a bigger declaration from Vail Resorts, which said it will burn through $320 million next season across 14 properties. Boston Mills, situated in Summit County's Boston Township, will get another four-man chairlift to supplant a current two-man lift. Brandywine, in Sagamore Hills Township, will likewise get another four-man lift, which will supplant a triple lift. The Summit County parks, alongside Alpine Valley in Geauga County and Mad River Mountain close to Zanesfield, were bought by Vail in 2019. The organization possesses 34 retreats in North America, in addition to three in Australia. The organization said the new chairlifts ought to diminish stand by times, increment uphill limit and further develop the general visitor experience. Vail declared recently new wellbeing and security rules for the impending ski season, including a COVID-19 antibody order for visitors 12 and more established who need to eat at the parks' indoor cafés.