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Nothing in NY is cheap.
Maybe slightly below normal down here, but basically average. It has been very wet, which has helped make it much more tolerable than usual.
While I've never been there, my impression of Red is that it's regarded similar to Magic Mt. Great terrain and vibe, away from the crowds, awesome on a powder day, just wish they had the higher snow...
Well Nick, I hope these ads lead to you getting out on the slopes more.
I would say that comparing the snowmaking infrastructure of Wildcat to Tremblant is a stretch, to say the least.
I don't know much about snowmaking, but if freezing is a big issue at certain...
I like you guys and all, but maybe we should reach out to Ski Diva for the bartenders.
Today is, on average, the warmest day of the year. Starting tomorrow, the Northern Hemisphere begins cooling. Countdown to winter has begun.
I like Bastardi, but you need to take him with a grain of salt. If everything he says comes true, everywhere north of the Mason-Dixon Line would get 300" of snow. I take what he says, combine it...
$200k/300 = $666/person, which would be maybe 111 craft brews, or 200 PBRs. I think that's doable.
Before deciding, I'd need to know how much of that $1.6MM is allocated for beer.
I think on the East Coast it would take a little bit more. That's only 1,300 feet higher than Mr. Washington.
Not answering the question, but along the same line of thinking. If the White Mountains were at 10,000 feet, they'd have permanent glaciers.
Someone say more snow?
We're loving the snow in June! @snowbasinresort pic.twitter.com/aCUyen5Mqy
All of them.
That's it. It's all super steep tree runs with rocks and cliffs everywhere. Very intimidating looking down from the chair.
That whole trail pod is gnarly. I took the lift up, looked down, and said no way.
The article is big on pushing the ROI in marketing done by SkiNH.
At the risk of derailing this thread, I can do this with ski trips I've taken. I not only can tell you when, where and who I went with, but the conditions as well.
Exact same here, except instead of sliding down on my butt, I slip-slid down and probably scraped all the snow off the mountain.
For the Balsams to thrive, it needs to be a world class resort that happens to have skiing, rather than a destination ski resort with a world class hotel. To be honest, I think the thing that makes...
Isn't the base of Copper right around the mid-mountain of Vail?
Pretty sure I've done this in another thread a few years ago, but here goes:
King Ridge (RIP)
Seems that I'm usually good for at least 1 or 2 in-bounds run per day with that ratio.