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    Quote Originally Posted by dlague View Post
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    Is there anyone who can give me some information about the recreational path that you can see running along I-89 in the vicinity of Whaleback? I've heard that it's in pretty rough shape.
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    I haven't been on it in some time (other than a sled last winter), so I don't know what state the pavement is in. I do see people on it pretty much every day on may way to work or back home. There's a short section of old NH Rt. 10 you have to walk|ride if you do it end to end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buellski View Post
    I haven't been on it in some time (other than a sled last winter), so I don't know what state the pavement is in. I do see people on it pretty much every day on may way to work or back home. There's a short section of old NH Rt. 10 you have to walk|ride if you do it end to end.
    There are quite a few sections that are on roads. Actually most of it is on roads.
    I was down in Williamsburg/Richmond VA over the summer and they have a rec path that runs between the 2 that is just awesome with beautiful wooden bridges puts the one along 89 to shame
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    There are quite a few sections that are on roads. Actually most of it is on roads.
    The one that goes by Whaleback is only about 2.5 miles long and about a mile of it is old route 10. Going north, it starts right off Exit 14 in N. Grantham and ends at Exit 16 in Enfield. That's it other than the one down near Concord. I don't think there are any others along 89 in between those two.

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    Sounds like they're getting it done. Best wishes for a successful season!

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    Last day for the discount...

    Today is the last day for whaleback mountain season pass sale! Go get your pass now for 25% off. Benefits for season pass holders include: 50% killington lift tickets, up to 50% mount sunapee lift tickets, season tune up at golf and ski warehouse and whaleback mountain on snow clinics!!!!

    Ski you at whaleback!!!!

  8. #48
    After a tough start to the season we are pleased to announce we are opening for top to bottom skiing/riding on Saturday 9AM. We owe this to a Herculean effort of our snowmakers who have moved heaven and earth in a few short days to make this happen.

    The run off the summit will be Lift Line to Dorsal to Scrimshaw.

    We hope to see returning and new faces this year at our hill.

    I have attached pictures of our snowmaking efforts for you to enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whaleback-Mountain View Post
    After a tough start to the season we are pleased to announce we are opening for top to bottom skiing/riding on Saturday 9AM. We owe this to a Herculean effort of our snowmakers who have moved heaven and earth in a few short days to make this happen.

    The run off the summit will be Lift Line to Dorsal to Scrimshaw.

    We hope to see returning and new faces this year at our hill.

    I have attached pictures of our snowmaking efforts for you to enjoy.

    20160105_092456.jpg20160105_093727.jpg20160104_184348.jpg20160107_091816.jpgreceived_10153186470926933.jpg
    Great to see the Persistence of the Whale !
    Two thumbs up !

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    Drove by early this morning and it was great to see the guns blowing snow. Looking fwd to skiing Whaleback in a few weeks to see the improvements made over the summer.
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