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    See they are having an online flash ticket sale ending 2/14


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    Quote Originally Posted by uphillklimber View Post
    In my opinion, this storm should reopen every bit of the mountain. The base is there. It looked glazed from the lit today, but not a whole lot of rock or ground showing thru. I'm just hoping it is not a total light powder snow that'll get pushed or blown off fast, like the last one.

    Today off groomer, it was rough. Shucks, even walking into North peak today was tough where they couldn't groom the ice next to the patio.
    Doubtful, seeing storm day temps into the low 30's. Should have decent density to it.



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  3. #203
    What a day skiing. I left it all out at 2 PM, couldn't go no longer. If it isn't open yet, it's only because they haven't gotten ski patrol over there to drop the ropes.

    If you can get a day off tomorrow, you likely won't regret it!
    lovin life,

    Bob

  4. #204
    Can second that. Everything was incredible today. The western (higher elevation) stuff was better. Barker was a little wet, but hardly worth complaining about as it was still killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jully View Post
    Can second that. Everything was incredible today. The western (higher elevation) stuff was better. Barker was a little wet, but hardly worth complaining about as it was still killer.
    I assume the base is solid and very little bottoming out still?

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    Quote Originally Posted by machski View Post
    I assume the base is solid and very little bottoming out still?

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    Very minimal. Base is great.

  7. #207
    Some real nice soft skiing today! It was awesome and I left it all out there after 6 hours. Fresh snow everywhere! I'm off for 9 days, bronze pass, but everyone who shows up, enjoy it!!
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  8. #208
    Plans got changed from SL to Sunday River for me on Monday. How much of a disaster will the lines be? I've never been to Sunday River later than the first week of December so I have no idea what to expect. I assume the shortest lines will be at lifts like Oz, Aurora, and Locke but correct me if I'm wrong.
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  9. #209
    I'm not so sure how busy the lines will be, as I have only skied mid week since 2012. I suspect you might do well at Oz and Aurora, and be able to find terrain that most of the folks there wouldn't like. British invasion is underway and they pretty much like the groomers.
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  10. #210
    Barker, Jordan and the lifts out of South ridge really are the only ones at Sunday River that can have major lines during a holiday week. Everywhere else is mostly tolerable. Sunday River's lift system is vastly superior to Sugarloaf's at handling crowds.

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