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  1. #451
    I would definitely say second weekend of April. And then maybe do weekend operations only through the rest of the month.


  2. #452
    Quote Originally Posted by sugarbushskier View Post
    You are talking about Saturday the 17th not tomorrow, correct?
    The $17 tickets are tomorrow, Friday the 16th.

  3. #453
    Quote Originally Posted by ski&soccermom View Post
    The $17 tickets are tomorrow, Friday the 16th.
    Ah yes. I was thinking $17 on the 17th, but it's $17 on the 16th. What a madhouse a Saturday would be for $17.

  4. #454
    Quote Originally Posted by ski&soccermom View Post
    The $17 tickets are tomorrow, Friday the 16th.
    Ah yes. I was thinking $17 on the 17th, but it's $17 on the 16th. What a madhouse a Saturday would be for $17.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcb890 View Post
    A 6-pack over on Sunbrook? Talk about overkill. I enjoy the Sunbrook terrain and its a nice escape from the crowds, but no way is a 6-person chair needed over there for 900 vertical feet. A HSQ would be nice though.
    Quads are the new doubles...

  6. #456
    Was there Monday and Tuesday. Booked on property for Monday night. Given impending storm, I went early.

    Tried to get included pass for Monday afternoon. Online and a discussion indicated discount passes for on property stay. Nope. Half day $86.

    Very few lifts operating. Trails that dead end to no lift support not marked. Great conditions. Beautiful weather. I certainly enjoyed the skiing. But not the guest relations or half mile walk back to lift.
    G.N.A.R.

  7. #457
    Where the hell did you go man? Can't imagine being half a mile from any operating lifts at Mount Snow except for maybe North Face.

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  8. #458
    Quote Originally Posted by sull1102 View Post
    Where the hell did you go man? Can't imagine being half a mile from any operating lifts at Mount Snow except for maybe North Face.

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    My best guess would be Sundance lodge. Might be worse and ended up at Bears Crossing.

  9. #459
    Quote Originally Posted by jaytrem View Post
    My best guess would be Sundance lodge. Might be worse and ended up at Bears Crossing.
    Bears Crossing is well marked at the top, with a sign that essentially says "unless you own one of the condos or are staying at one of the condos in Bears Crossing, this isn't a lift served ski trail"

    Sundance Lodge I could see, however in the past when Tumbleweed isn't running, patrol has been good about roping off the section below where Long John crosses....

    Option 3 would be that they went to the bottom of Grommet, where this time of year they don't run the carpet but often keep the trail open for hiking access unless they've got the cats pushing some snow for new features, or possibly this week pushing some snow to get it taken apart and back to "normal" size after the big contest that was on it last weekend....
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  10. #460
    I can only imagine going to the bottom of the North Face with no lifts. Guess I would take the snowmobile/maintenance trail that brings you to Sundance.

    Sunbrook would also be rough, but a short hike up Beartrap hurt nobody.

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