Given that experts are saying that it will be at least 12-18 months before a vaccine can be developed, tested, manufactured, and distributed, I am growing increasingly pessimistic that there will be lift-serviced skiing next winter. I don’t trust people who are not medical professionals touting dangerous snake oil remedies (e.g. hydroxychloroquine, which has already killed at least 1 person…
Best I can conclude edd and DHS live there - what are the best places to eat? We live a bit up the road but grow tired of exeter and epping, what's the deal in newmarket?
Powderhorn in CO slashes their prices: https://powderhorn.com/plan-purchase...on-passes.html This is a great deal. Powderhorn is a quality midsize CO mountain. Although it's not specified, there should be a significant number of partner resorts. Note that Ragged in NH is included as an unlimited option.
For me-I think Zermatt, Switzerland. One of the best ski trips I ever had. Will never forget Riding lifts up by the Matterhorn and then skiing down into Cervinia, Italy for lunch.
https://unofficialnetworks.com/2020/...2f9HXaDyrely0g Vail Resorts and Alterra Mountain Co. Announce Merger Less season passes staying separate now time
Your best plan to be hiccups?
If I were to pick the best ski weekend I'd ever had, it would be this one. Saturday was a 14" spring powder day. Snow was dense enough to stick to EVERYTHING, putting the mountain completely in play. The trees were off-the-charts. I remember hooting and hollering through the Stairs multiple times for first tracks. Then it was an assault…
Twight Zone Marathon on science fiction channel
Just noticed on FB that Magic is participating and collecting ski goggles to donate to hospitals. What a cool idea! www.gogglesfordocs.com Sent from my XT1635-01 using AlpineZone mobile app
So for most the season is over. And for a lot of us, who are passholders, we are losing A LOT of the season. Just wondering what your resorts are doing for passholders to make up for the lost portion of the season (if anything). Burke offered a $200 credit to passholders; $50 credit for those who had other products.