- Jan 30, 2006
- Right where I want to be
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Sunbowl quad has already been removed. The HSQ from Okemo is going in shortly. I believe that's it for this summer. The slow quad will replace the slow triple on North Peak and the slow triple will go from the Sunbowl to North Peak. Maybe that will happen next summer.
Don't think you can see anything from the lake. Drive up the access road to the gate and walk down if you want to check it out.
http://www.wmur.com/escape-outside/...tuesday-regarding-mount-sunapee-plan/27732396NEWBURY, N.H. —A packed house is expected Tuesday night at Mount Sunapee for a public hearing on the resort's five-year master plan.
...expansion of our lease hold by an additional 178 acres from the current 968 acres to 1,143 acres.
An exerpt from the Master Plan that caught my eye:
It's nothing new to point out that Eastern and Western ski area acreages are caculated different, but to put some numbers on it is interesting. I would call Sunapee a mid sized area at best, and 1,143 acres would be bigger than A-Basin for example.
More like if they had the snowfall to take advantage of a boundary-to-boundary policy.
. Tin Cup is pretty good. They are very conservative in opening their glades. There are ways of going in without ducking ropes.Yes. This last season wasn't bad towards the end, but the woods were almost unskiable the two season before.
That Tin Cup area would be pretty sweet with a bit of clean up. Anyone up for a workday?