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Since the cafeteria in the Carinthia lodge is open and serving food, I would presume that the ticket window is open as wellWith only the Heavy metal lift running out of Carinthia, can I assume you can boot up in the lodge?
Also, is the ticket window there open as I'm still waiting on my Epic Pass and may need the ticket window, assuming it's open at Carinthia, to print it for me.
The haul rope, without carriers (chairs) on it was spinning for the few hours I was out on the hill from 8 until a little after noon today and skied by it every so often.Anyone know when new Sundance Express lift is scheduled to open ?
Snowmaking on Hop was a great addition for sure!Snowmakers outdoing themselves this season, love skiing Hop and Ridge early.
Hoping Sunbrook is done by Christmas because I love that side of the mountain. Having to do the Beartrap loop can be a slog, especially on a busy day.
Nothing (yet) on Shootout except for a number of big, shiny new Dopp towers!That's gotta be weird to be on Hop on manmade forget this early! Get any pictures?
They isn't add any to Shootout did they?
Eh I don't think anything they added it to so far were "Classic" and any loss. You could have sailed the USS Nimitz down Little Dipper, Upper Titanium, Hop and Shooting Star. Uncles, Iron Run, Jaws etc now that's another story but I don't see them every installing it there.
The semi automated Kilks as I understand. The air lines are permanently hooked up and the ops guys have to hook up the water line and pull the lever to get the gun running as it was explained to me.Hop is a great addition to snowmaking list. Are those automatic klicks, or manual?
Uncles and Jaws should stay natural IMHO.
Glad to hear a good start. Not a big Vail fan but I have a lot of great history and fondness for Mt Snow.