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  1. #61
    Here is the latest version of Ski Mad World Eastern Closing Thread and detailed list of areas.

    http://madpatski.wordpress.com/2013/...012-13-part-3/

    26 ski areas planning to spin this weekend (according I couldn't confirm the intension of 2 smaller remote areas in Northern Quebec and Labrador). Last year's pathetic Spring had only 3 ski areas open at this time.

    Regional breakdown:

    Ontario : 1
    Quebec: 12
    Newfoundland and Labrador : 1
    New York : 2
    Vermont : 5
    New Hampshire : 1
    Maine : 3
    Pennsylvania : 1

    Last edited by MadPatSki; Apr 17, 2013 at 11:40 PM.
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  2. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by MadPatSki View Post
    Here is the latest version of Ski Mad World Eastern Closing Thread and detailed list of areas.

    http://madpatski.wordpress.com/2013/...012-13-part-3/

    25 ski areas planning to spin this weekend (according I couldn't confirm the intension of 2 smaller remote areas in Northern Quebec and Labrador). Last year's pathetic Spring had only 3 ski areas open at this time.

    Regional breakdown:

    Ontario : 1
    Quebec: 12
    Newfoundland and Labrador : 1
    New York : 2
    Vermont : 5
    New Hampshire : 1
    Maine : 3
    You're missing one, feel free to check out my "Ski Areas Still Open Spring 2013" thread to see what it is.
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    Sunday River: 12/26, 1/4, 1/5, 2/15, 4/4
    Wildcat: 4/1
    Sugarloaf: 3/1, 3/16
    Titcomb: 3/15
    Black Mountain NH: 1/13

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  3. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad View Post
    You're missing one, feel free to check out my "Ski Areas Still Open Spring 2013" thread to see what it is.
    The worst part is that I looked on their website and they mentioned Closed for the Season. Saw it again now, but you had to check one or two flash screen later (or see the small text belong) to see that something was open. Thanks for letting me know. I believe I crossed them out last week also due to the same reason.
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  4. #64
    What a great spring. Every weekend is busy for me wish I could get out and enjoy a few more runs.
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  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    What a great spring. Every weekend is busy for me wish I could get out and enjoy a few more runs.
    Remember, your son will be there all summer long, but the snow will only be around for another few weeks.

  6. #66
    Hey quit spamming your blog and just post the list.
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  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by AdironRider View Post
    Hey quit spamming your blog and just post the list.
    As mentioned last Spring, I realized that some of you wouldn't care to have a long list of ski areas that some of you wouldn't even bothering going. Yeck, we have people in NYC that are more likely to go to Colorado than drive to Sugarloaf.

    My list is updated / edited a few times a week. Here is the list from 2 weeks ago to prove a point when 106 ski areas were still open. I don't need to spam, I rarely post links to my TRs or my other posts. I thought that maybe this would interest people. If you don't care...ignore the post and don't click on the link.

    LIST OF 106 SKI AREAS TENTATIVELY OPEN THIS WEEKEND (two weekends ago)
    QUEBEC 48
    Montreal, Laurentians and Launaudière
    Avalanche – April 7
    Avila – April 20
    Belle Neige – April 7
    Blanc – April 7
    Chanteclerc – April 7
    Gabriel – April 7
    Garceau – weekends only – April 14 (tentative)
    Habitant – April 7
    Montcalm – April 6*
    Morin Heights – April 7
    Olympia – April 7
    La Réserve – April 7
    St-Sauveur – May 14 (tentative)
    Rigaud – April 7
    Tremblant – April 14 (Fri-Sun)
    Vallée Bleue –weekends only – April 7 then tentative for following weekends
    Val St-Côme – weekends only – April 14 (tentative)
    Eastern Townships:
    Bromont – TBD
    Orford – weekends until April 14, then tentative for following weekends
    Owl’s Head – TBD
    Sutton – April 21*
    Québec City, Mauricie to North Shore
    Le Relais – April 7
    Ste.Anne – April 28
    Orignal – April 7
    Massif du Sud – Friday to Monday until April 14 then TBD
    Le Massif – April 7
    Grand Fonds – Apil 6
    Le Valinouet – April 14 (Fri-Sun)(tentative)
    Édouard – April 14 (Fri-Sun)
    Le Massif – April 7
    Grand Fonds – Apil 6
    Orignal – April 7
    Massif du Sud – Friday to Monday until April 14 then TBD
    Ti-Basse – open
    Galix – April 7
    Vallée du Parc – April 6
    East – Gaspé
    Bérchervaise – April 7
    Comi – open Wed-Sun until April 14 – then tentative for the next weekends
    Miller – April 14 (weekends only)
    St-Mathieu – open this weekend, tentative for April 13-14
    Val Neigette – tentative this weekend – April 7
    Val d’Irène – April 14
    Outaouais and Abitibi
    Camp Fortune – April 14 (Thurs-Sun)
    Mont Chilly???
    Ste-Marie – April 7
    Cascades – April 7
    Kanasuta – open this weekend
    Vidéo – open this weekend then reopening only for April 20 (ski & Sugarshack)
    ONTARIO : 3
    Blue – April 14 (tentative)
    Calabogie Peaks – April 7 then tentative for following weekends
    Loch Lomond – April 7
    NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR : 1
    Smokey Mountain – open
    NEW YORK : 16
    Belleayre – April 14 (Thurs-Sun)
    Bristol Mountain – April 7
    Gore Mtn – April 14 (Fri-Sun)
    Greek Peak – April 7
    Holiday Valley – April 14
    Holimont – April 14
    Hunter Mountain – April 14
    McCauley Mountain – April 7
    Peek n Peak – April 7
    Plattekill – April 7 or maybe following weekend
    Royal Mountain – April 14 (weekend only)
    Snow Ridge – April 6
    Song Mountain – April 7 or not
    Swain – April 6
    Whiteface – April 14 (Fri-Sun)
    Woods Valley – April 7
    VERMONT : 14
    Bolton Valley – April 7
    Bromley – April 7
    Burke – open
    Jay – TBD
    Killington – TBD – daily operations until May 5
    Mad River Glen – April 7
    Magic – April 7, maybe April 13-14 (tentative)
    Snow – April 7
    Okemo – April 21
    Pico – April 6
    Smugglers – open
    Stowe – April 21
    Sttraton – April 14 (tentative)
    Sugarbush – TBD
    NEW HAMPSHIRE : 10
    Attitash – April 7
    Bretton Woods – April 15
    Cannon – April 14
    Crotched – April 7
    Gunstock – April 7
    Loon – April 15
    Sunapee – April 14
    Ragged – April 7
    Waterville – April 14
    Wildcat – April 21 (or more)
    MAINE : 4
    Abram – April 6*
    Big Rock – April 6
    Saddleback – TBD
    Sugarloaf – TBD
    Sunday River – April 21
    MASS AND CONN : 4
    Jiminy Peak – April 14 (tentative)
    Ski Butternut – April 7
    Wachusett – April 7
    Sundown – April 6
    PENNSYLVANIA : 4
    Camelback – April 6
    Hidden Valley – April 7
    Seven Springs – April 7
    Shawnee Mountain – April 7
    VIRGINIA : 1
    Wintergreen – April 6

    What is left now? This has been edited twice already. That is why I don't cut&paste and re-edited here each time. If you didn't notice, I've cut&paste the New York ski areas on Harvey Road.

    QUEBEC 11**
    West (Laurentians, Townships, Abitibi)
    Vidéo – April 20 (Saturday only – ski & Sugarshack)
    Avila – April 20 (tentative weekend)*
    Orford – April 21 or not* (weekend)
    Sutton – April 21 (Fri-Sun)
    St-Sauveur – May 12 (tentative)
    East (Québec City Saguenay and Gaspé)
    Chalco – April 21*
    Édouard – April 20 (Saturday only)
    Miller – April 20, maybe Sunday (Saturday only – according to interest for Sunday)
    Le Valinouet – April 21 (Fri-Sun)** (rain forecast)
    Massif du Sud – April 21 (weekend -tentative)*
    Comi – April 28 (weekends only) (Sunday only : closed due to rain on Saturday)**
    Ste.Anne – April 28 (weekends only)
    ONTARIO : 1
    Blue – April 21 (Fri-Sun – tentative)(weekend only)*
    NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR : 1
    Smokey Mountain – open?
    NEW YORK : 2
    Gore – April 21 (weekend)
    Whiteface – April 21 (Fri-Sun – tentative)*
    VERMONT : 5
    Snow – April 21 (weekend only)
    Stowe – April 21
    Jay – May (tentative)
    Sugarbush – May 5 (tentative) – daily until April 28
    Killington – June (tentative) – daily until May 5
    NEW HAMPSHIRE : 1
    Wildcat – April 28 (Fri-Sun tentative and 27-28 – considered)*
    MAINE : 3
    Sunday River – April 21 (weekend only)
    Saddleback – April 28 (weekend only)
    Sugarloaf – late April or more
    PENNSYLVANIA : 1
    Big Boulder : April 21 (weekend & snowpark only)
    Last edited by MadPatSki; Apr 19, 2013 at 8:06 PM.
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  8. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by MadPatSki View Post
    What is left now? This has been edited twice already. That is why I don't cut&paste and re-edited here each time.
    Oh yeah, here is two more edits for you AdironRider. I'm sure you care about them:

    Smokey Mountain is official opening this weekend, one last time with 100% terrain open.

    Blue Mountain: open this weekend, but still no set date for closing. They might push for one more weekend.
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  9. #69
    Question MadPatski

    How busy are the Canadian areas this time of year? I know they obviously have a temperature advantage for preserving snow. It's just puzzling to me that so many areas up there are still going for it in comparison to down here in New England, despite New England having a major population advantage to draw business from. Are Canadians just more down with spring skiing than Americans?

  10. #70
    Quote Originally Posted by deadheadskier View Post
    Question MadPatski

    How busy are the Canadian areas this time of year? I know they obviously have a temperature advantage for preserving snow. It's just puzzling to me that so many areas up there are still going for it in comparison to down here in New England, despite New England having a major population advantage to draw business from. Are Canadians just more down with spring skiing than Americans?
    I'm not very familiar with Quebec ski areas and maybe I shouldn't be answering this, but if I had to take a stab at it, I would say that Quebec ski areas are more community oriented while the New England ski areas rely more on people driving up from the city. Of course it is the locals that like to ski late into Spring, not the city people, so there you go.
    2013-2014 Season
    Mt. Abram 4/4
    Sunday River: 12/26, 1/4, 1/5, 2/15, 4/4
    Wildcat: 4/1
    Sugarloaf: 3/1, 3/16
    Titcomb: 3/15
    Black Mountain NH: 1/13

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