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  1. #331
    Quote Originally Posted by JimG. View Post
    They were watching the Daytona 500 lol.
    No it's lies
    Great white lines of beatification of the whole North East for everyone finally
    I believe what I seeing to quote my friend


  2. #332
    Quote Originally Posted by JimG. View Post
    They were watching the Daytona 500 lol.
    All 21 rain-shortened laps of it...

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  3. #333
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    Plattekill today was as croweded as I've ever seen it--in the lodge--but the lift lines were nonexistent and slopes were uncrowded.

  4. #334
    Quote Originally Posted by Scruffy View Post
    Plattekill today was as croweded as I've ever seen it--in the lodge--but the lift lines were nonexistent and slopes were uncrowded.
    I very happy to have independent place in Catskills
    I hope that they survive the mega resorts vs independent hills
    Last edited by ScottySkis; Feb 17, 2020 at 11:28 AM.

  5. #335
    we ditched the cottonwoods for the blackout days and headed north to powder mountain. they cap their day ticket sales at 1500 and have 8000+ acres of terrain. today was a 10" storm skiing powder day. we waited on zero lines and skied fresh tracks all over teh mountain every run. not the steepest place (not even close), but wow was that fun on a powder day. at a motel near the airport now waiting for my flight out at 12. awesome trip (deer valley>snowbird>alta>alta>snowbird>brighton>solitu de>powmow>powmow)
    Last edited by KustyTheKlown; Feb 16, 2020 at 8:32 PM.

  6. #336
    Quote Originally Posted by ScottySkis View Post
    How was conditions of Plaaty and pictures
    Please ask these questions in the thread designated for it. This thread is for discussion of superpasses, not plaaty.

  7. #337
    Quote Originally Posted by skiur View Post
    Please ask these questions in the thread designated for it. This thread is for discussion of superpasses, not plaaty.
    Touche

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  8. #338
    Remarkably light crowd at Snowbird yesterday 2/16/20, esp for a holiday weekend Sunday with 9" new snow. They tell me it was due to being an Ikon blackout day?? It was ski-on for many lifts for much of the day. I had a one car wait for the tram at 2pm.
    Today 2//17 the LCC access road is closed until further notice due to a natural avalanche that hit the road at 3AM. The avi mitigation work they do to keep that canyon safe ain't no joke.
    I might try to go up later. Today is not a blackout day and I'm curious to see if it is mobbed like a normal powder weekend day.

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    No crowds at Sb and Stowe..today a little more crowded at Stowe but no big deal...good 3 days
    Lets go!
    I'll drive.

  10. #340
    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    NOTE: Hunter Mountain is EPIC holiday non-restricted

    Circumstantial Evidence piece #88,062

    Interesting. That may explain some things

    I am going to copy a trip report that I received onto the trip forumn.

    Hunter tried to eliminate some of the parking issue by sending an email saying if you park in the north lot this weekend you get a free tshirt. Well - the emails go to mainly passholders, who have lockers at the main lodge. The parking lot was empty needless to say. There is no base lodge there so you would have to change in your car in the cold........
    Once again.....

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