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Hunter Mountain Snowmaking Progress

dmc

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Saturday Nov 24th

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Monday Nov 26th
 
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BenedictGomez

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Nice. There weren't enough Hunter Mountain snowmaking threads already! :smash:

Hopefully the next Hunter Mountain snowmaking thread will be an intricate discussion of the day-by-day physical, crystalline structure of the synthetic snow. :razz:
 

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Nice. There weren't enough Hunter Mountain snowmaking threads already! :smash:

Hopefully the next Hunter Mountain snowmaking thread will be an intricate discussion of the day-by-day physical, crystalline structure of the synthetic snow. :razz:


i didn't want some negative thread title...
This is not about "epic failing" or smelly bathrooms or slow cashiers...

It's about the mountain...
 

BenedictGomez

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^ I hear you. I was just teasing because there are currently 5 threads on Page 1 alone that discuss either partially or fully, Hunter's snowmaking progress (or lack thereof as many have noted).
 

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Way to go Hunter Mountain!
Those of us with seasons passes to Greek Peak get 50% off weekday and 25% off weekend lift tickets at Hunter.
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Nice. There weren't enough Hunter Mountain snowmaking threads already! :smash:

Hopefully the next Hunter Mountain snowmaking thread will be an intricate discussion of the day-by-day physical, crystalline structure of the synthetic snow. :razz:

amazing how things have changed. anyone remember the days when every other thread was about killington.
 

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No pictures today- Way too snowy out... :)

Buddy who's a groomer reports Thurs.... Saturday opening...
 

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I was at K Sunday and while they had a lot of guns going it wasn't nearly as much as I've seen Hunter crank up. Proof of this was what I looked like after going through them, only slightly covered and still being able to see...a Hunter gun field is a friggin blizzard...but no matter, they both are getting things going and thats all that matters...
 
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