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Actually SR states "For your Monday morning plan: We'll be running Locke Mountain Triple at 9AM for access to T2 and possibly Upper Sunday Punch but that's still up in the air. For now, plan to download from the Locke midstation. "That is better that what Ktown is offering.
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Actually SR states "For your Monday morning plan: We'll be running Locke Mountain Triple at 9AM for access to T2 and possibly Upper Sunday Punch but that's still up in the air. For now, plan to download from the Locke midstation. "
Last year on opening day was like what Yeggous said. Not technically open to the base, but a nice ribbon to within 100 yards or so of the chair, with steady skier traffic. That was on one nights work by the snowmakers. Hoping for official ttb tomorrow, and the Barker quad would be a nice bonus !
That'd be nuts if they got Barker open too. Leaves Wildcat in the dust in my book.
A couple points to consider:
1) The vertical at Sunday River is equivalent to Upper and Middle Lynx. Wildcat could have opened that much terrain tomorrow if they had a lift up there. SR is nowhere near 2,100 feet vertical.
2) I'll be surprised in SR opens Barker tomorrow. It seems somewhat unlikely they would even go TTB. Grooming out the piles works against them if they are interested in opening next weekend. They are low elevation and the forecast is warm, as is typical for October.
How was the skiing at SR today?
Oh that's right they weren't open....
Yup and I could not ski Killington either!
We're not open for public and as a result not open in my world. SR is not limited to pass holders on their first day.