Friday, October 16, 2015

Killington and Sunday River

I hear Killington and Sunday River are gearing up to open. I am happy for those communities and wish them a great start to the season. You know there are some psyched New England skiers gearing up right now. Those guys wrote the book on enjoying snow.

My last comment sure generated a lot of discussion. Thanks to all of you that participated. When we do open, it will be Black Mountain Express and High Noon. Typically, the man made base is about 18" deep, more in some places, less in others. Ramrod follows High Noon and then we will work on getting Lenawee Mountain Lift and Lenawee Face and Dercum's Gulch open. Depending on weather, we can be open in 4-14 days.

BTW, the culvert project is completely done and the equipment is gone.


Bobby Cyr said...

So when you say 4-14 days, I assume that means blowing starts tonight? Cmon ullr!

Mike Lynch said...

Heading back to Ontario for two weeks...I can definitely make a Vermont trip thank god I been dying for snow.

Anonymous said...

"What is this place? Where am I? Can I start yet? What is my purpose?' -Snow gun in picture

Steve Myers said...

Killington opens Sunday Alan! But that's just so they say they are open......only just cooling off here in Upstate NY. Bet my son who lives near there will be skiing! Good luck on an early season.

Anonymous said...

Suns out, Guns out?

Steven Williams said...

"What is my purpose?"

"You blow snow."

" god..."

"Yeah, welcome to the club, pal."

Joel said...

Al is a good sport. Killington opened one sloppy
trail and has now closed again. A-Basin has quality standards, and when they open tomorrow, it will be good skiing.