- Mar 6, 2005
- Southeast NH
No mention of snowmaking on the website or social media that I saw. Maybe Christmas Eve Eve is a holiday for them. Lol
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I believe you are able to move it to a pass for next season if you do not use your pass at all this season. Don’t quote me on it, I definitely will have to check into it. However, it’s such a terrible situation. I have a place not far from both Attitash and wildcat… it brings back my memories of skiing there as a kid. I will have to see how things pan out in the next month as I will not be heading to the North Conway area till the end of JanuaryCan you still defer for any reason? If so yeah you probably should.
Also are they seriously not making snow today in this cold? Man things are really broken...I hope it snows in January so I can get up there.
Can you still defer for any reason? If so yeah you probably should.
I’d guess the rumors are true about the snow makers leaving the job then.No mention of snowmaking on the website or social media that I saw. Maybe Christmas Eve Eve is a holiday for them. Lol
I shouldn't be but yes I am. I figured Covid and all last year was alot for Vail to handle with all the new resorts...growing pains. I sorta figured they would run things shitty but maybe would have learned from last years mistakes. I'm starting to see this is how its actually going to be and its not a mistake its all by design.Considering how bad everything was in New Hampshire at the Vail resorts last season, are any of you at all surprised at how it’s going so far?
Considering how bad everything was in New Hampshire at the Vail resorts last season, are any of you at all surprised at how it’s going so far?
Agreed, if vail was sabotaging an isolated mountain the story would be different. Attitash and wildcat are an extremely small percentage of the overall tourist draw for the MWV, further there are several ready alternatives.I don’t think vail has hurt business for the locals. The MWV valley is as busy as ever.
The numbers on the WMSP would be interesting.Possible silver lining is this could be good for Black Mountain. I’ve gotta believe Cannon, BW, Cranmore, and Boyne (especially after buying Shawnee) will sell more passes than usual next year.
The numbers on the WMSP would be interesting.
Boyne needs to add an option in the southern half of NH to truly take market share from fail. I just don't know what options they have. Gunstock, pats and ragged are the obvious choices but none would appear to be available anytime soon.
Wonder if Boyne could do for whaleback what Peaks did for crotched?
God I hope not.
They've been approached quite a bit already and weren't interested.
Pacific / ragged appear to have a good thing going. They recently acquired wintergreen and wisp after serving as an operator for a number of years. I would assume them more likely to add properties, not subtract.I bet Ragged could be had for the right price
I figured with your camp location, a Boyne run Ragged might have appeal. Ragged local for you, Sunday River access from your camp.
What would concern you with Boyne buying Ragged?