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marzNC - DCSki Supporter
2 months ago

If the temps would just get a little colder, the slopes at Massanutten could open by early December with all the improvements made to the snowmaking infrastructure in the last couple years.  With the pipeline from the valley complete and many more automated snowguns, 2-3 days of cold days that allow 24-hr snowmaking can be enough.  There was a trace of snow yesterday before changing to rain.

Per usual the Special Value Pass is the best deal for $235 and the only time not included is Saturdays 9:00-4:00.  Sundays and every night session is included.  Until Dec. 1, the Full Season Pass that is usually $450 for adults and $375 for children is on sale for 10% off.  That’s a first for folks who aren’t timeshare owners as far as I know.  Break even is around 7 days assuming go at least a weekend or two.

Demo Weekend with a demo tent by the Freestyle ski shop in Charlottesville is Jan. 12-13.  I plan to be there with a few friends.

http://www.dcski.com/forum/90915 - Massanutten 2017-18, including a few photos

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

As of Nov. 30, Massanutten is thinking that the slopes can be open on Dec. 8.  Already had snow tubing open for Thanksgiving weekend.

one month ago

Thanks for the information, I was hoping they would open Friday.  Any word on Wintergreen yet?

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

kemperski wrote:

Thanks for the information, I was hoping they would open Friday.  Any word on Wintergreen yet?

I know Wintergreen did a little snowmaking but haven’t heard a peep about their target date to open.  I would guess Wintergreen would also try to open before Dec. 14.

Massanutten is pushing harder this season.  Even had a Black Friday sale for discounted lift tickets.  That’s a first.  Also new that lift tickets can be purchased online.  Still have to go to a ticket window though.

one month ago

I have Monday off and am thinking of taking a snow day if they have the black diamonds open. I’ve only been once, but I really liked it.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

Massanutten is running a couple lifts for season passholders on Fri, Dec. 7.  Based on the email I got yesterday, DJ and Southern Comfort will be open starting Dec. 8.  They are hoping for Lower Showtime too.

The big fan guns at the base were blowing full blast last night.  With all the automation, a lot more snowmaking going on with the lights off at night.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

wfyurasko wrote:

I have Monday off and am thinking of taking a snow day if they have the black diamonds open. I’ve only been once, but I really liked it.

Nice trip report!

FYI, the Mid-Mountain Grill is run by parents of the ski/snowboard teams for fundraising.  So only open on weekends mid-season.  Really nice when it’s warm and can enjoy sitting on the deck.  Makes staying on the upper mountain and using the porta-potties worthwhile to avoid the lodge and waiting in line for a base lift after a break.

one month ago

marzNC wrote:

FYI, the Mid-Mountain Grill is run by parents of the ski/snowboard teams for fundraising.  So only open on weekends mid-season.  Really nice when it’s warm and can enjoy sitting on the deck.  Makes staying on the upper mountain and using the porta-potties worthwhile to avoid the lodge and waiting in line for a base lift after a break.

That made a big difference the day I was there — didn’t even go in the lodge at all because of the Mid-Mountain Grill. 

Glad that you liked my recap. Putting those together are almost as fun as skiing.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

wfyurasko wrote:

marzNC wrote:

FYI, the Mid-Mountain Grill is run by parents of the ski/snowboard teams for fundraising.  So only open on weekends mid-season.  Really nice when it’s warm and can enjoy sitting on the deck.  Makes staying on the upper mountain and using the porta-potties worthwhile to avoid the lodge and waiting in line for a base lift after a break.

That made a big difference the day I was there — didn’t even go in the lodge at all because of the Mid-Mountain Grill. 

Glad that you liked my recap. Putting those together are almost as fun as skiing.

Now that the ski school is no longer using the lower floor of the main lodge, it doesn’t get quite as crazy.  Consider that is was built in the 1970s, it’s done pretty well.  The umbrella bar on the expanded deck is really nice.  The food has also improved in recent years.  Still resort food but having the smoker for BBQ pork is a nice addition.

I’ve been skiing at Massanutten since 2004.  The major capital improvements started around 2006, with the big money being spent after 2012.  Has made it that much more fun to be able to ski MidA black trails with no lift line on weekends off Lift 6.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

Snowed at Massanutten!  Definitely going to be open daily after Dec. 8.

 

December 6, 2018 - Mother nature helped the snowmakers out yesterday by dropping 2” of snow on the mountain. The forecast throughout the rest of the week looks to be productive for continued snow making! 

We will open the Ski Slopes and Snow Tubing for the 2018-2019 season on Saturday, December 8 from 9 am - 5 pm. The Ski Slopes will be open December 8 - 13 from 9 am - 5 pm. Early season rates are in effect through Friday, December 14. Regular Season rates begin Saturday, December 15. 

As an added bonus, Massanutten Ski Season Pass holders can get a jump start on the season with our special Pass Holder appreciation day on Friday, December 7 from 12 - 4 pm. The ticket windows, rental shop, and lessons will not be available. 

one month ago

Are they getting bombed Sunday like Boone is?  Forecast 14”-20” Sunday in to Monday.  I’ll be home making chili and playing around in the few inches we get here.  But, if I were motivated more I’d be heading up mid day Sunday shooting for first chair Monday.  Post some photos if you get it up there..

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

crgildart wrote:

Are they getting bombed Sunday like Boone is?  Forecast 14”-20” Sunday in to Monday.  I’ll be home making chili and playing around in the few inches we get here.  But, if I were motivated more I’d be heading up mid day Sunday shooting for first chair Monday.  Post some photos if you get it up there..

Not according to the forecast as of today.  Some chance of snow starting on Sunday but not expecting a blizzard.

I’m actually driving much farther north and east this weekend.  Have a dinner date with my daughter near Boston on Sunday before I do some skiing in NH/ME.  Will be driving her home for winter break the following week.  Taking advantage of her last year in school in New England to check out some more northeast skiing.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

If anyone is going to ski Massanutten on opening day, 12/8, I’m planning on stopping by for a look on my way north.  Hoping to get to Mnut around lunch time.  I have a couple friends who are locals who will definitely be out enjoying DJ.

one month ago

marzNC wrote:

If anyone is going to ski Massanutten on opening day, 12/8, I’m planning on stopping by for a look on my way north.  Hoping to get to Mnut around lunch time.  I have a couple friends who are locals who will definitely be out enjoying DJ.

I may be there is I can’t get to snowshoe this weekend. But I will probably be leaving around lunch time.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

As of 8pm on 12/7, all the snowguns near the base of Massanutten are going full blast.  They were blowing snow tubing by 7pm.  I assume plenty of snowmaking in progress on DJ and Lower Showtime too.  The dewpoint mid-mountain is in the 20s.  :-)

one month ago

Are they going to get Paradice and the blues open? I’m all ready to take a snow day on Monday, but I’m not making the trip if they can’t get more open…

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

wfyurasko wrote:

Are they going to get Paradice and the blues open? I’m all ready to take a snow day on Monday, but I’m not making the trip if they can’t get more open…

The standard sequence is to get DJ and Southern Comfort open first, then Lower Showtime.  Next comes Upper Showtime and Geronimo.  Geronimo gets a lot of sun, but it’s important for the holidays for beginners, especially snowboarders.  Southern Comfort doesn’t have enough pitch for teaching snowboarding to beginners who have mastered the basics in the teaching area off the magic carpet.  Paradice has to come later because it takes a lot of snow given that it’s a long and wide trail.  What’s different after the water pipe was built in 2017 is that there are no worries about running out of water.  So if there is a longer cold spell, snowmaking can just keep cranking.

Only need a base of about 10-15 inches, but think about how much snow is needed to get that depth over an entire trail as wide as Showtime.  What’s harder to know is how many extra hours of snowmaking has been possible on the upper mountain when it was a little too warm at the base.  The webcams are all at the base.

Daily updates for snow conditions and trail openings are usually posted by 8am or so on the Mnut website.  Being open before mid-Dec is an exception looking back at the last few years.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

Blowing snow at 8am on 12/8.  Only DJ and Paradice.  Probably because then can keep full blast snowmaking on Showtime without getting any complaints from intermediates about having to ski with snow guns on.  They can go snow tubing instead today and hopefully ski on Lower Showtime tomorrow with guns off of only on along the side.  It’s 20 degrees right now. :-)

one month ago
Thanks for the update. Will not be there today, hoping for Monday AM
marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

Lower Showtime should be open on Sun.  Hard to say about Upper Showtime before the middle of next week.

I stopped by and had lunch with a friend at Mnut on my way north today.  She and a couple of my friends who have season passes skied Mnut for a few hours this morning.  Overall good for early, early season.  A few icy spots on DJ, but that’s pretty normal when Paradice isn’t open yet.

The only food options were the bar and Base Camp (umbrella bar).  The cafeteria wasn’t open.  Thinned out a lot after about 1pm in any case.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

Update say Lower Showtime is open. It’s going to snow a bit today at Massanutten.  Although more snow at my house.  One reason I drove north into PA yesterday instead my original plan that called for leaving on Monday.  :-)

December 9, 2018 - Winter Weather Advisory today, forecasted snow totals are in the 1-3” or 2-4” range. Lift #5 and Lower Showtime open today, snowmaking will be in progress today as temperatures permit. Snow Tubing will be open today from 9:00am - 5:00pm.         

The Ski Slopes will be open December 9 - 13 from 9 am - 5 pm. Early season rates are in effect through Friday, December 14. Regular Season rates begin Saturday, December 15. 

one month ago

Any hope for Paradice being open tomorrow? It isn’t open as of right now (Sunday morning). I just can’t see making the trip tomorrow if I can’t ski both DJ and Paradice.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

wfyurasko wrote:

Any hope for Paradice being open tomorrow? It isn’t open as of right now (Sunday morning). I just can’t see making the trip tomorrow if I can’t ski both DJ and Paradice.

Nope, Paradice won’t be open.  Just can’t be done in essentially the first week of snowmaking.  Agree that it’s probably not worth the drive from DC for a day trip.  My friends who are locals and have season passes only skied for 2-3 hours before calling it a day.  Not that unusual for those who live <1 hour away.  But also true for a friend who drives almost 90 min one-way.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

Started snowing steadily at Massanutten on Sunday afternoon.  I bet people are hoping that Upper Showtime can get open.

December 9, 2018 - 4:20 Update: We’ve recieved 3”+ at base and Patrol is reporting 5” new snow at the top of the hill. Looking at the radar it doesn’t look it’s going to quit anytime soon! We’ll be open tomorrow with fantastic early season conditions from 9:00am - 5:00pm for skiing and riding and 12:00pm - 8:00pm for snow tubing.    

one month ago

We definittely received more in central virginia than expected. I guess the ridge that was supposed to keep the storm south of us was actually further north than expected. Based on driving around Charlottesville early afternoon I think people were caught off guard, lots of non-AWD cars struggling to make it up hills.

 

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

wgo wrote:

We definittely received more in central virginia than expected. I guess the ridge that was supposed to keep the storm south of us was actually further north than expected. Based on driving around Charlottesville early afternoon I think people were caught off guard, lots of non-AWD cars struggling to make it up hills.

 

I noticed that US29 was treated on Friday as I drove up to Mnut on Saturday morning.  But didn’t noticed anything on I-81 north of I-64.  The VA511 map had a lot of yellow and red earlier this evening.  Saw that Whitetop Mountain got almost 2 feet.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
13 days ago

Massanutten managed to stay open throught the holiday weeks in spite of the warm weather and rain.  Hopefully will be able to get in a few nights of snowmaking by midweek.  I’m headed to Mnut on Wednesday to meet up with friends for a long weekend.

12 days ago

I live in Richmond and hope to get my seven year old on skis for the first time this year. I’ve been thinking a trip to Massanutten might be a good way to start. We could just do a day trip or stay a night or two and take advantage of the other activities available there.

Marz (or anyone else willing to chime in), do you perhaps have any advice for lessons at Massanuten for a kid just starting out?

12 days ago

It’s too many days out to get excited yet but the 18z gfs model is showing some remarkable snow totals for a storm next weekend. Again, this is likely to disappear in the next model runs, but Massanutten is in a sweet spot with predictions of 2+ feet.

http://www.pivotalweather.com/model.php?m=gfs&p=snku_acc&rh=2019010618&fh=192&r=us_ma&dpdt=

 

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
12 days ago

skimunky wrote:

I live in Richmond and hope to get my seven year old on skis for the first time this year. I’ve been thinking a trip to Massanutten might be a good way to start. We could just do a day trip or stay a night or two and take advantage of the other activities available there.

Marz (or anyone else willing to chime in), do you perhaps have any advice for lessons at Massanuten for a kid just starting out?

Advice for a kid starting out … how long do you have to read? :-)  Not only did my daughter learn to ski at Massanutten, I’ve introduced several kids of my friends to skiing there.  The full-day ski school is very well run.  In general, the Massanutten ski school has very good instructors for all levels.

For a 7yo there is a lot to be said for spending a night at least.  That way there can be at least one morning that doesn’t start out with a long drive.  Plenty of lodging options in Harrisonburg, which is about 20 min away.  The waterpark was a draw for my daughter.  Made the 4-hour drive from Raleigh for weekend more worth while from her viewpoint.  We would go one evening, planning to arrive right when the night session started before it got as crowded.

For ski school, it’s better to make a reservation for weekends.  Holiday weekends may already be full for Sat and Sun, but holiday Mondays are actually not that busy.  People who stay on resort tend not to ski on Mondays.  They go snow tubing or swimming in the morning and then head home in the afternoon.

Always better to arrive early.  Parking is easy before 8:15am.  Need to allow time to get set up with rental gear.

Full-day ski school is 9:30am-2:00pm.  Get an 8-hr lift ticket so plenty of time for a few runs after pick up.  Usually 7yo are up for more after a brief rest.  The ski school is in a separate building from the main lodge.  Has everything, including the rental gear for kids in ski school.

Later on, can consider 2-hr clinics for adv. beginners or intermediates for ages 7+.  I found those useful when my daughter was skiing blues and wasn’t as interested in full-day ski school.  Or I wanted to spend more time skiing with her.  But I made her do at least one clinic at the beginning of the season.  They try to separate adults from kids.

If you buy a multi-day lift ticket, the night sessions for all days are included.  On a busy weekend, when not doing ski school we would ski 9:00-11:30, take a long lunch away from the lodge, and then ski into the lights starting around 3:00 or 3:30.  Would just leave the skis at on a rack.

Are you set for stuff like gloves, ski socks, etc?  A helmet is included with the ski school package.  If renting separately, then helmet rental is extra.  A helmet is required for kid lessons.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
12 days ago

skimunky wrote:

It’s too many days out to get excited yet but the 18z gfs model is showing some remarkable snow totals for a storm next weekend. Again, this is likely to disappear in the next model runs, but Massanutten is in a sweet spot with predictions of 2+ feet.

http://www.pivotalweather.com/model.php?m=gfs&p=snku_acc&rh=2019010618&fh=192&r=us_ma&dpdt=

 

Oh my!  I’ll be at Mnut Jan. 9-13.  Have friends who are joining me at my timeshare unit for the weekend.  Having been at Mnut a couple times during blizzards, a storm of 4-5 inches would be just fine.  I can hang around for an extra day, but I think they will want to get home on Sunday since they are still working.  I need to get home to get ready for a trip to Taos.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
11 days ago

Noticed that Massanutten tweaked their hours for 2018-19.  No night skiing on Tuesdays.  Still have Monday night Madness for cheap.  Night skiing ends at 9pm even on weekends.

My experience night skiing on weekends is that the slopes are pretty deserted by 9pm even when the snow conditions are good and the mountain is 100% open so not staying open late makes sense to me.  Even the local college students don’t seem to stay late.

Have managed to keep a WROD open on Geronimo.  Can see children’s ski lesson groups this morning.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
11 days ago

Just got confirmation that the Demo Weekend Jan. 12-13, 9am-2pm, at Massanutten is on for sure.  Brands that Freestyle are bringing include Stöckli, Nordica, Blizzard, Head, and a few Volkl models if they get shipped to the shop in time to be mounted.

11 days ago

marzNC wrote:

 

Have managed to keep a WROD open on Geronimo.  Can see children’s ski lesson groups this morning.

Was up there on Friday. Coverage on DJ was still very good - how does it look now?

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
11 days ago

wgo wrote:

marzNC wrote:

 

Have managed to keep a WROD open on Geronimo.  Can see children’s ski lesson groups this morning.

Was up there on Friday. Coverage on DJ was still very good - how does it look now?

Was DJ relatively flat or did it still have some contours from snow whales?

Can’t see DJ much on the webcam.  I won’t be skiing Mnut until Thursday, 10Jan.

At least there won’t be too much more melt today and Tuesday.  Apparently they flattened out the terrain features.

11 days ago

skimunky wrote:

It’s too many days out to get excited yet but the 18z gfs model is showing some remarkable snow totals for a storm next weekend. Again, this is likely to disappear in the next model runs, but Massanutten is in a sweet spot with predictions of 2+ feet.

http://www.pivotalweather.com/model.php?m=gfs&p=snku_acc&rh=2019010618&fh=192&r=us_ma&dpdt=

 

WOW!   great link

 

And of course I am going to Colorado at that time

11 days ago

kemperski wrote:

skimunky wrote:

It’s too many days out to get excited yet but the 18z gfs model is showing some remarkable snow totals for a storm next weekend. Again, this is likely to disappear in the next model runs, but Massanutten is in a sweet spot with predictions of 2+ feet.

http://www.pivotalweather.com/model.php?m=gfs&p=snku_acc&rh=2019010618&fh=192&r=us_ma&dpdt=

WOW!   great link

And of course I am going to Colorado at that time

The bullseye was short-lived for Mnut, now a band stretching from Snowshoe to NY.  Still early.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
11 days ago

Bonzski wrote:

The bullseye was short-lived for Mnut, now a band stretching from Snowshoe to NY.  Still early.

At this point, all I’m watching is the temperature forecasts.  Looking good for extended snowmaking starting Wed night.  Would like my friend to have a good time skiing Mnut for the first time on Fri when the slopes will be empty.

Too much snow this weekend would make it hard for my friends who are driving home on Sunday.  They have to go north and east along the storm track.  I get to go south.  Have driven right after a mega-snowstorm in VA and it’s not fun.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
9 days ago

Arrived at Massanutten around 6pm, Jan. 9.  28 degrees at the base.  Snowguns are on!

Both Upper and Lower Showtime were closed today when snowmaking was possible.  Full blast.  Looking forward to seeing how the open trails ski tomorrow.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
7 days ago

The Massanutten conditions report for this morning mentions 4-8 inches of snow for this weekend, Jan. 12-13!  DJ, Upper and Lower Showtime all open today.  Should be snowmaking temps most of the day.  Pacesetter should look white today.  It was still grass with all guns on yesterday.

Winter Storm Watch in effect for Saturday and Sunday with 4”- 8” snow expected. We’ll be skiing and riding on all 1,110’ of vertical drop with 6 trails for all levels of ability. Upper Showtime re-opens today and Pacesetter park will be next on the list. Shaping up to be one of the better weekends of the season to date.  We’ll be open today from 9:00 am - 9:00 pm. SNOWMAKING IS IN PROGRESS! 

7 days ago

If/when there is enough snow are you allowed to ski under lift 6?  And has expansion ever been considered off of lift 6?  Looks like it would be pretty straightforward to cut a trail back down skiers left of that chair.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
7 days ago

RodneyBD wrote:

If/when there is enough snow are you allowed to ski under lift 6?  And has expansion ever been considered off of lift 6?  Looks like it would be pretty straightforward to cut a trail back down skiers left of that chair.

No.  Yes.

I’ve been at Mnut after a massive snowstorm more than once.  Had seen tracks undert Lift 6 but it’s definitely out of bounds.  Did see a Freestyle team coach having his tween/teen kids huck off a large boulder at the lower end of the lift line.  The boys all went.  Some did well, some didn’t.  Then the coach had to talk the one girl in the group into giving it a shot.  She nailed it. :-)

The trees between Pacesetter and Lower Showtime are good fun when there is enough natural snow.  See plenty of tracks and instructors in there.  More of a glade now that there is disc golf in those trees.  May also have some bike trails but I’m not sure about that.

My sense is that there has been talk of another trail on the other side of Lift 6.  Until the pipeline was completed in 2017, wasn’t enough water for the added snowmaking that would be necessary.  Very hard to say what type of priority such a project would have at this point.

7 days ago

Another trail off of Lift 6 would make me more likely to go to Massanutten. It’s probably a 60-90 minutes farther than Whitetail roundtrip from Alexandria, but I think it’d be worth it. I loved the two black diamonds there 5 years ago.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
7 days ago

Snowmaking went on all day, 1/11.  Started on Main Street in the afternoon.  Guns were turned off on the top of DJ and Upper Showtime.  Hard to say if Paradice or MakAttack will come next once a base is built on Main Street and Yee Ha (connector to Lift 6).

Forecast for this weekend is 4-8 inches.  Some staff are thinking they made end up staying on resort for Sat night, which is normal when the roads are bad.  I may well stay Sun night and drive home on Mon morning.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
6 days ago

Storm forecast has gone to 6-10 inches “at elevation” according to the 1/12 Massanutten Snow Conditions report.

Demo days Jan. 12-13. :-)

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
6 days ago

Snow started right on schedule around 1pm.  A few inches by the time my friend and I left the slopes around 6pm.  Conditions on Upper and Lower Showtime were really good in the afternoon.  There were icy patches on DJ in the late afternoon.

Pretty empty slopes after the snow started.

The glitch today was the conveyor for Lift 4 (Southern Comfort).  After trying to get it going a few times, the lift was run without conveyor loading for the rest of the day.  Meant it slowed more often for beginners, but at least it could keep running.

5 days ago

How was the snow? It’s fairly wet snow here in Alexandria. Packed down really quickly on the sledding hill.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
5 days ago

wfyurasko wrote:

How was the snow? It’s fairly wet snow here in Alexandria. Packed down really quickly on the sledding hill.

Snow was very good on Sat.  Was only wet snow for a short burst.  The 3-4 inches on my car in the parking lot when we left aroun 6pm was all dry snow and easy to clear off.  Another 3-4 inches on the car first thing in the morning.

Conditions were great all morning on Sunday.  And relatively few people on the slopes.  There were clearly people who cancelled or delayed their resort lodging.  Relatively few beginners for a Sunday.  So a much higher percentage of people who know how to enjoy fresh snow. DJ had variable conditions because there were still a few icy patches that got exposed by mid-morning.  Showtime was great from top to bottom.  Pacesetter was open with frozen groomed conditions.  The rope was dropped for Mass Transit and Yee Ha around noon.  Mass Transit was pretty slick given that it was mostly recent snow gun base.  But at least that means the connector to Lift 6 is open, which is really good for advanced skiers who want to stay on the upper mountain.

Conveyor loading for Lift 4 seemed to be working fine.

The Freestyle Demo tent seemed to be busy all morning.  They brought a few snowboards along with the demo skis.  Had several Stöckli models, including the Stormrider 85, Stormrider 96, Laser AX, and Laser SC.

My friends and I left around 2:00 to drive home.  Easy for me going south.  Probably slow going on I-66 getting closer to DC for my friend who lives there.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
4 days ago

Will be another day with snowmaking all day long at Mnut.  Blowing the CBT terrain park in addition to some of the open trails.  The trail depth on the the snow conditions report is back up to 32 inches.  I think that got as low as 15 inches before the cold weather blew in last Wed night.

Got one more inch from the clouds on Sunday.

My friend driving into DC on Sun afternoon didn’t have any trouble, just took a little longer than usual because traffic was moving slower.

I couldn’t stay to enjoy empty slopes this morning because I’m headed to Taos in a few days.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter
3 days ago

According to this morning’s Snow Conditions, Massanutten is ready to start blowing Paradice when it’s cold enough this week.  Be really nice if they managed to get it open before MLK weekend.  Hopefully enough cold nights.

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