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  1. #5751
    Quote Originally Posted by skimagic View Post
    And thanks for continuing to partner with Warren Miller to offer free tickets in this era of dying discounts.
    Kinda tough to partner with a dead guy!

  2. #5752
    Quote Originally Posted by ThinkSnow View Post
    With all the chatter in other forums regarding Vail purchasing Peak resorts, I just wanted to thank Win for everything he's done for Sugarbush. Please don't ever give in to selling to one of the giant ski conglomerates-- Sugarbush is just fine as-is.
    Agreed. Thanks Win!



    This makes a strong co-marketing alliance with MRG even more important.

  3. #5753
    Just saw on Lift Blog that the GMVS platter lift is proposed to be replaced with a longer version- from the exit of Walt's and Semi-tough to the top of the Inverness lift. Does that mean more trail closures for that area? I really like skiing over there.

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    It will be a T-Bar, and it just means the quad won't have to run midweek. You can still slog across Northway if you want to ski Semi Tough or the woods. That's all that would be open if they're training anyway.

  5. #5755
    I think that some of this also has to do with Sugarbush and GMVS working on Brambles to get it homologated last season all the way from just below the top of the Inverness Quad down to maybe 100 yards or so past where Brambles feeds back into Inverness
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  6. #5756
    No. GMVS is replacing their Poma, and it will come down further but will not change trail openings or closings.

  7. #5757
    Quote Originally Posted by WinS View Post
    No. GMVS is replacing their Poma, and it will come down further but will not change trail openings or closings.
    Thanks for the info!

  8. #5758
    Quote Originally Posted by WinS View Post
    No. GMVS is replacing their Poma, and it will come down further but will not change trail openings or closings.
    Win I noticed that the new T-bar will cross both the entrance and exit of Semi-Tough. How will skiers access and exit Semi-Tough when the T-bar is running? There was no mention of trail work in the Act 250 filing - is there enough room skiers right of T-bar to get into and out of Semi-Tough? Thanks.
    2017/18 = 37
    2016/17 = 31
    2015/16 = Depressing
    2014/15 = 28
    2013/14 = 27

  9. #5759
    Quote Originally Posted by slatham View Post
    Win I noticed that the new T-bar will cross both the entrance and exit of Semi-Tough. How will skiers access and exit Semi-Tough when the T-bar is running? There was no mention of trail work in the Act 250 filing - is there enough room skiers right of T-bar to get into and out of Semi-Tough? Thanks.
    see above

  10. #5760
    Quote Originally Posted by tumbler View Post
    see above
    If you mean "will not change trail openings or closings" I am curious as to how that happens with a T-bar running? I presume skiers dodging running T's is not the answer.
    2017/18 = 37
    2016/17 = 31
    2015/16 = Depressing
    2014/15 = 28
    2013/14 = 27

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