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Has anyone skied Attitash since last Weekends rain/freeze? I'm wondering how it held up. I'm debating Attitash or Loon for Tomorrow.
Personally, I just don't like how Attitash is laid out. Back in the day when ASC owned Attitash and about a half dozen others, Attitash was the closest and my least favorite. I was stuck going weekends and always a zoo. But I do like the trail layout weekdays. What is up with their HSD only going 2/3 the way and a nice slow triple going all the way up anyways. Normally, I spend my time at Bear peak. I like th layout there better, less crowding and a HSD that goes to the top.
I think DHS has it penned as far as Attitash goes. ROI is hard to consider when every weekend it is packed. How do you, as a businessman, improve on that?
Plus Attitash has received approval for the longest zip line in the continental US. Will go from top of Bear Peak to Attitash. They are killing it with the summer attractions.
Here is some snowmaking beta on their snow report today.
As you may know, when we face very cold temps we have to shut down the upper mountain snowmaking so we don't create issues with the pipes. Luckily, before this stretch of cold hit we were able to crank it out on Upper Polecat, Upper Catapult and create a cutover to Upper Lynx through the lift line. This has made a world of difference for our upper mountain terrain and opened up a path to Lynx and Middle/Lower Polecat from the summit.