- Feb 25, 2007
- CO Front Range
Think anyone south of Killington will have skiing after April 1st this year?
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Think anyone south of Killington will have skiing after March 1st this year?
Fixed it for you...:sad:
Mount Snow's GM in a print interview in a local paper last week said that they are committed to skiing and riding into April
that the part that worries me. ma nature isn't helping much this year.(If mother nature cooperates of course)
i hope they do, i had some good april skiing there last year
that the part that worries me. ma nature isn't helping much this year.
Poconos will make April.
At Saturday there were some dirt showing threw on one of mount snows groomers.
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+1. Not sure if they can survive many more ~60 degree days, but there was definitely a ton of snow at Blue this weekend and it looks like they didn't lose any trails. Too bad they aren't really a late season player - I recall last season they closed around March 29 with a ton of snow on the mountain. If the Poconos make April, my money is on Camelback.
Heard they are up to something different this year. Scuttle butt is they will close the west side on Easter March 27th and go with the east side as long as they can. Not sure what that means. Nile Mile might be hard to keep open as would Pocono Raceway but I could see them take a page out of Killington's book and stock pile Cliffhanger. Cliffhanger (hopefully partially bumped) and drinks on the deck at the brand new Trails End Patio would be cool.