Intrawest Corporation, parent company to several ski resorts in North America, has initiated a review of strategic options available to the company for enhancing shareholder value. These options include a capital structure review, strategic partnerships or business combinations. The company reported a highly profitable fiscal second quarter and is also looking forward to heavy media attention when its Whistler Resort hosts the Winter Olympics in 2010. Several investors are reportedly unhappy with Wall Street’s valuation of the company. One investor, Pirate Capital, released a letter to the media which asked Intrawest’s board to put the entire company on the block. However, company management said that the request did not change any plans.