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    Mittersill Improvements - Public information sessions scheduled

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    The New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation announces public information sessions regarding proposed snowmaking, lift access, and trail improvement project on the Mittersill side at Cannon Mountain Ski Area......
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    Funny, I was just looking at the Cannon website and happened to look at the trailmap. I do not why, but there is an addtition to it that I have not noticed until now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    Can you T.Y.O.B?

    I will have to ask the wife about that.
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    From what i understand a lot has taken place this summer regarding the trail expansion of Baron's and instillation of snow-making. The project is in full swing and many days have been spent on Baron’s Run and the Taft Trail. The trails have been flagged for the desired width, walks have been done with the major agencies and meetings in Concord have been attended by the Mountain, FSC and the State. Lester Keller, Director of Development for USSA, toured the hill this summer. Apparently, the hill has the potential to be a world class training venue based upon the consistency of its pitch and the particular steepness as well as the Eastern Snow. Racers love to train on our Snow because it is hard and icy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    Funny, I was just looking at the Cannon website and happened to look at the trailmap. I do not why, but there is an addtition to it that I have not noticed until now.
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    Dude, that's been on there for at least 2 years. You probably just don't look at the map very often

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cannonball View Post
    Dude, that's been on there for at least 2 years. You probably just don't look at the map very often
    Brain dead must be. What are all those white lines down the mountain for? Glade connectors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    Brain dead must be. What are all those white lines down the mountain for? Glade connectors?
    Exactly! Stay off the white lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    Funny, I was just looking at the Cannon website and happened to look at the trailmap. I do not why, but there is an addtition to it that I have not noticed until now.
    no cutting.JPG
    That is the biggest joke I've ever seen considering most of Cannon's on map trees were not cut by the mountain.
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