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It's on Harvey Facebook toHarvey tweeted about it. Also Stuart Winchester (Storm Skiing podcast).
It's definitely not Hunter and Windham and most likely not the ORDA's, so if you exclude Platty as someone mentioned they are not discounting tickets, that leaves a bunch of smaller places. Maybe West Mountain, which would be a perfect fit for the Indy Pass. I'll take anything in NY at this point. I bailed on all my VT trips and rebooked at Whiteface and Gore. Cool, at least his new Indy Pass development gives me something to look forward to in a year with not much to look forward to.It's on Harvey Facebook to
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Well if we get Song we must get Labrador also. 2 for 1!!!I will throw out these names: McCauley, Snow Ridge and Song. These are all classic indy areas and all three provide interesting skiing.
I know few great people from PlattySure, Song/Labrador twofer. Both owned by the same people. Compete against Greek, which is already in the Indy Pass.
OTOH, it could Toggenburg and someone else. Tog is owned by Greek Peak, and they may have decided to put Tog on the Indy Pass.
When did Harvey and ScottySkis become ski industry insiders???
Yep, this will be the season of switching gears at a moments notice. I hope your wrong Harvey, but I am trying to prepare for the worst. Places I would not usually put on my list are in play now. Oak, McCauley, Willard, Titus. I had a blast at Suicide Six and Shawnee, PA last year so I figured out I don't need huge acreage. Just good friends, decent conditions and some solid IPA's. Cheers!I think Gore is going to be at it's limits quite a bit this season. I mean if it's actually open.
I bikes the carriage roads of the Shawangunk ridge all summer. Practically every week. It never got crowded.One thing i have going for me is that I love using wide waxless ski in the woods (Adk). That will never get crowded, and "they" can't take it away from me.
The carriage trail where used a lot since MarchI bikes the carriage roads of the Shawangunk ridge all summer. Practically every week. It never got crowded.
I’m pretty confident winter will be even less crowded.
"They" might certainly try to take that away. When Oregon locked down in March, they not only closed state lands, but somehow go the feds to close all the forest access in OR/WA. Back to Indy...Song/Labrador makes sense given the announcement said two new mountains.Cheers back at ya.
That's the way I roll any season. Going to be tough to counter program, everyone is thinking the same thing.
One thing I have going for me is that I love using wide waxless skis in the woods (Adk). That will never get crowded, and "they" can't take it away from me.