The icelantic ski resort in Iceland has become a virtual ski paradise thanks to its ski resort’s ski lift and snowmobile parks.
The resort has become so popular that the owner is considering opening a ski lift to accommodate tourists in the resort.
The company, Skislut, announced Tuesday that they have raised $6 million to build a new lift for visitors to the resort, the Icelandic Skislift.
“We are thrilled to be able to launch the Icelands Skisslut Lift,” the company said in a statement.
“It will provide an extra boost for the resort’s guests and guests from other parts of the world.”
The new lift will provide a free lift for up to 150 guests at a time and offer a shuttle service to the nearby ski resorts of Svalbard and Lapland.
Iceland will be the first ski resort to offer this type of lift, according to the company.
The ski lift is expected to open in late June, according the company’s website.
Icelandic Ski Fortnite skiers are already using the lift at a rate of more than 200 guests per hour, which is a significant improvement over the resort prior to the lift.
Skiers are enjoying the free lift.
“This lift will be an excellent addition to our resort, and we look forward to welcoming our guests on our first day of operation,” Iceland ski resort founder Bjorn Thorson said in the statement.
Icelands ski lift will serve to cater to the increasing demand for ski lift rentals by tourists from around the world.
“We are also planning to expand our rental services and have already secured a contract with another resort to provide lift rentals for up-and-coming skiers,” Icelands owner Bjorn said.