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dlague;975991April to find out that almost all the ski areas are closed by mid April and almost everything was still 100% open on the last days.[/QUOTE said:So you don't get any skiing where you dodge rocks, jump from one snow patch to the other and even water skis over small puddles ? What's the point of moving out West ?
Surprised to see Telluride closes in 2 weekends... guess I'll be there during the last week. Seems like most seasons they could go way longer if they wanted to.
Per their site Gunstock's pond skim is Sunday 4/2. I would guess that will do it for them.Nashoba looks like they're shooting for one more weekend.
Gunstock I am guessing will go until April 9th with their pond skim. Doubt they will go beyond that.
I'd like to see Wildcat go until May 1, but will settle to get up there the weekend before my birthday in april.
I agree. While Crotched is saying next wknd is a possible re opening based on snow pack what they really mean is will the weather be good enough next wknd to bring out enough people to cover costs.Looking at the forecast for the week, unfortunately i'm thinking a few "stealth" closings (today being the closing day when they're hoping it will be next weekend) will be happening, especially if next weekend's weather ends up being stormy of the liquid variety as long range forecasts are hinting at now....
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All they've publicly said so far is daily operations through next Sunday the 2nd.Jeff,
When is Mt Snow calling it?
Rumor has it, Stratton is 4/9. Totally unfounded and hearsay. Take it for what it's worth.
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