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2012-13 Ski Area Openings/Speculation

Boston Bulldog

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Open areas:
1. Killington
2. Sunday River
3. Okemo
4. Jiminy Peak
5. Sugarloaf

Planned Openings
1. Stowe (November 17)
2. Loon (November 17)
3. Cannon (November 23)
4. Waterville (November 17)
5. Sugarbush (November 17)
6. Jay Peak (November 23)
7. Burke (November 23)
8. Gore (November 23)
9. Belleayre (November 24)
10. Sunapee (November 23)

Making Snow(No opening planned):
1. Mount Snow
2. Ragged


Complete list:http://www.snocountry.com/ski-reports-by-region/northeast-snow-conditions

This place gets so cluttered with threads like, "OMG Killington is Opening!" that it becomes nearly find other threads. I think that to make it easier on everybody, we can compile all of the information about what ski areas are open, making snow, have planned openings and what-not. I compiled all that I know, and if I missed any mountains let notify me. I will update this page with any new info that I get.

In short: This is the place to speculate about openings, whose making snow etc...
 
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gregnye

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Thanks this is really helpful! Do we know when sunappee or Ragged want to open?
 

Boston Bulldog

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You ski Sunapee? I was on the ski team there for 5 years when I was a kid! Great mountain before it was "discovered"
 

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Belleayre's website says they're making snow tonight. Opening date is announced for the 24th, conditions permitting, of course.
 

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