Interesting weather pattern coming up. Next four nights could be prime snowmaking nights at both Sunday River and Killington. Next week isn't looking great for keeping snow though so we may have a wait a bit longer.
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Yup I pointed that out in another thread! Maybe if wildcat wanted to go for possibly but the base temps might be an issue.
dlague said:Yup I pointed that out in another thread! Maybe if wildcat wanted to go for possibly but the base temps might be an issue.
WzGy44 said:That would be awesome but they have never shown any interest in opening early. Ever. But who knows, they did just spend a boatload of money on snowmaking.
They did spin the lift 7 or so years ago with the freak October storm. Different ownership then though.
Almost 9 years ago the stars were aligned (or should I say the Hurricane and the cold front) and produce one of the craziest storm I've seen. You know it's good when the whole mountain goes from 0 base to entirely skiable on any trails.
It was, without a doubt, Wildcat offered on open day the best Eastern liftserved October ski day EVER !!! :-D:-D
If you didn't see pictures from that day...here is my old TR. I wish earlier season skiing to be that good more often.
[h=2]Wildcat, NH – October 28-29, 2005[/h]