SNOWSHOE 2023-2024
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swoop
6 months ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
64 posts

Looks like we'll be making white flakes by Tuesday night!  This is no gun test, guns are plugged in, hoses on and standby lights on, even a chance to hit the teens wed night.  Here we go...baby (maybe).

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Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
6 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
1,581 posts

Looks like the guns have run about 36 + hours straight as of this AM (11/2/23)

eggraid
6 months ago
Member since 02/9/2010 🔗
510 posts


 Love it!

Blue Don 1982 wrote:

Looks like the guns have run about 36 + hours straight as of this AM (11/2/23)

Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
6 months ago
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1,581 posts

Saw these on the Snowshoe Facebook Group today.
Credit: George Fleck

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eggraid
6 months ago
Member since 02/9/2010 🔗
510 posts
That lifite is going to have a nice view! Nice and toasty warm in there, too, hopefully.
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
6 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
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 Powder Monkey Update


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eggraid wrote:

That lifite is going to have a nice view! Nice and toasty warm in there, too, hopefully.
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
6 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
1,581 posts
Snowshoe officially pushed their opening day to Dec 1. 
meredithb_14
6 months ago
Member since 12/13/2022 🔗
8 posts
Does anyone know any good nightlife happening at snowshoe on NYE? Any bars that have events? The events on their website seemed to be geared towards kids mostly.  Thanks!
Bonzski
6 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts

meredithb_14 wrote:

Does anyone know any good nightlife happening at snowshoe on NYE? Any bars that have events? The events on their website seemed to be geared towards kids mostly.  Thanks!

 Nothing advertised yet. I'd expect Tuques, Locker Room, Old Spruce Tavern & Hoots will all be hopping into the new year.

swoop
6 months ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
64 posts

Looking good! Haul rope is on ready to load and load test chairs.  Any volunteers?

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Bonzski
6 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts
Spin baby spin
Keith_Moon
6 months ago (edited 6 months ago)
Member since 02/19/2019 🔗
204 posts

Anyone know the latest on the former Shavers Center site?

I know they moved the cafeteria and whatever else to the lower level of Mountain Lodge.

Is the old Shavers location just bare ground now?

Is there still fencing around it?

The webcam doesn't really show it.

Bonzski
6 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts


 Bare ground, no fence. Hopefully it's rebuilt next summer. 

Keith_Moon wrote:

Anyone know the latest on the former Shavers Center site?

I know they moved the cafeteria and whatever else to the lower level of Mountain Lodge.

Is the old Shavers location just bare ground now?

Is there still fencing around it?

The webcam doesn't really show it.

Bird Dog
5 months ago
Member since 10/19/2022 🔗
29 posts

Snowshoe to officially open this Saturday, Dec. 2nd.

Ballhooter, Skidder, and Powderidge, serving 8+ trails

And Progression Terrain Park.  Tune 'em up!

swoop
5 months ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
64 posts
Its GO TIME baby!!!
pagamony - DCSki Supporter 
5 months ago
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926 posts
Also the webcams show big snow blowing on silver creek which seems like a good sign.  
rusty
5 months ago
Member since 02/4/2023 🔗
9 posts
Hoping Silver Creek is open this weekend so I can do some uphill
Bonzski
5 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts

rusty wrote:

Hoping Silver Creek is open this weekend so I can do some uphill

 It will be.

swoop
5 months ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
64 posts

Also, bet that the new POWDER MONKEY lift will debut this weekend!

It has been a long time coming, it looks great and they pulled it off just in time, great recovery Snowshoe!

Shotmaker
5 months ago
Member since 02/18/2014 🔗
180 posts
It was always planned to open mid December. 
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
5 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
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 We ate at Tuques last night. They started grooming the whales around the top of the PM lift while we were there. AM snow report says IT WILL BE OPEN THIS WEEKEND.

Shotmaker wrote:

It was always planned to open mid December. 
eggraid
5 months ago
Member since 02/9/2010 🔗
510 posts
We are looking forward to our first ride on the new Powder Monkey lift this weekend. I wish there was a little more terrain open, it's been a season of stops and starts of snowmaking, unfortunately. 
rbrtlav
5 months ago
Member since 12/2/2008 🔗
578 posts
On the events section in the app it says there will be a celebration at the bottom of powder monkey at 10am Friday. 
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
5 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
1,581 posts


 One thing I noticed today was that the conveyor loading platform seemed to be mostly covered at the bottom.

rbrtlav wrote:

On the events section in the app it says there will be a celebration at the bottom of powder monkey at 10am Friday. 
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SeniorSki
5 months ago
Member since 01/31/2022 🔗
139 posts
Snowshoe can definitely deliver a quality ski resort. With that quality comes a price tag. The old adage comes true here you get what you pay for. Kudos to them for producing a well received ski mountain. The huge investments will pay dividends for years to come. Plus they are at the magical 4K elevation. Looking forward they need to consider a Ballhooter lift study. Standing in line for 30 minutes plays with that pendulum quality vs quantity. But they pack them in, year after year, probably a non issue. 
oldensign - DCSki Columnist
5 months ago
Member since 02/27/2007 🔗
499 posts
CUPP RUN opening Xmas week? Any thoughts?
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
5 months ago
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 The "rumor" on the Snowshoe Visitors FB group is Friday.....

Huge whales at the bottom near Arbuckles today.

oldensign wrote:

CUPP RUN opening Xmas week? Any thoughts?
wrayc21
5 months ago
Member since 02/22/2023 🔗
4 posts
The new Powder Monkey lift seems to be causing problems for beginners / people unfamiliar with the new loading method (gates and conveyor belt), leading to lots of empty chairs and long lines. Will be interesting to see how long the learning curve ends up being on it. 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
5 months ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
3,255 posts

wrayc21 wrote:

The new Powder Monkey lift seems to be causing problems for beginners / people unfamiliar with the new loading method (gates and conveyor belt), leading to lots of empty chairs and long lines. Will be interesting to see how long the learning curve ends up being on it. 

 In my experience when a resort installs conveyor loading, the issue is that the lifties may not know how to coach people to do the right thing.  Beginners sometimes pick it up faster than people who are very comfortable loading a fast fixed-grip chair.  The advanced skiers at Alta hated the old Supreme chair when conveyor loading was added.  They were the ones who kept moving so fast that they would end up off the loading zone before the chair reached them.

If the more experienced folks loading Powder Monkey don't know what to do, then they may well tell any beginners with them the wrong approach.

Massanutten added conveyor loading quite a while ago.  While beginners still mess up, the beginner chairs stop less than they did before.

wrayc21
4 months ago
Member since 02/22/2023 🔗
4 posts
Western slated to open tomorrow (1/1/24) in the afternoon.
Bird Dog
4 months ago
Member since 10/19/2022 🔗
29 posts
Full Cupp Run and Upper Shay's now open on the Western Territory.
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
4 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
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 Skied them today. Side to side coverage on both. A little icy with patches of powder. Sat had snow over to some brief rain that froze up a bit last night.

Snowed all day today. This afternoon it became very windy. 6PM still snowing.

Looking forward to Monday's conditions.

Bird Dog wrote:

Full Cupp Run and Upper Shay's now open on the Western Territory.
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
4 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
1,581 posts

Snowshoe was incredible today. Bluebird skies, no wind, NO CROWDS. It was like we were at a private resort

Rope drop at 9 AM

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Snow making started on upper Ballhooter

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Top of Cupp Run

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Shotmaker
4 months ago
Member since 02/18/2014 🔗
180 posts

Blue Don 1982 wrote:

Snowshoe was incredible today. Bluebird skies, no wind, NO CROWDS. It was like we were at a private resort

Those exact words I said to my wife except I added we invited a few friends. 

Even with a slow start to the ski season the Shoe continues to open more runs every couple days. 


Grumpy dad
4 months ago
Member since 11/7/2021 🔗
144 posts

Hidden valley had a conveyor system.  It didnt work well at all.  They eventually stopped trying to use it the last I was there. 

 

marzNC wrote:

wrayc21 wrote:

The new Powder Monkey lift seems to be causing problems for beginners / people unfamiliar with the new loading method (gates and conveyor belt), leading to lots of empty chairs and long lines. Will be interesting to see how long the learning curve ends up being on it. 

 In my experience when a resort installs conveyor loading, the issue is that the lifties may not know how to coach people to do the right thing.  Beginners sometimes pick it up faster than people who are very comfortable loading a fast fixed-grip chair.  The advanced skiers at Alta hated the old Supreme chair when conveyor loading was added.  They were the ones who kept moving so fast that they would end up off the loading zone before the chair reached them.

If the more experienced folks loading Powder Monkey don't know what to do, then they may well tell any beginners with them the wrong approach.

Massanutten added conveyor loading quite a while ago.  While beginners still mess up, the beginner chairs stop less than they did before.

Bird Dog
4 months ago
Member since 10/19/2022 🔗
29 posts

Snowshoe: a challenge to get to, but worth it once you're there....

Altitude and Western Territory put it on the map, and it's

Snowmaking keeps it going strong!

Ski the Shoe, Ski WV.

SeniorSki
4 months ago
Member since 01/31/2022 🔗
139 posts

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Scott - DCSki Editor
4 months ago
Member since 10/10/1999 🔗
1,249 posts
Yikes.
SeniorSki
4 months ago
Member since 01/31/2022 🔗
139 posts
Success has its disadvantages 
shenvatele
4 months ago
Member since 02/6/2015 🔗
3 posts

Ballhooter webcam looks significantly better as of 2pm... No line at all at Western.

The Timberline cam didn't look too bad either, wonder how long the wait is there?

I'm sure temps / wind are keeping a lot of folks away. Wonder how crowds will be Sun/Mon?

SeniorSki
4 months ago
Member since 01/31/2022 🔗
139 posts
If you ski on MLK pack a ton of patients, no way around it. Be first in line, get your runs in early say until 11, take a long lunch, go back out after 2. Otherwise expect to be waiting, good time to make new friends and enjoy others perspective on life. 
Mongo
4 months ago
Member since 02/24/2015 🔗
98 posts
Now that I've been to a bunch of hills that have RFID gates, I'm wondering when the Shoe will get them.
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
4 months ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
3,255 posts

Mongo wrote:

Now that I've been to a bunch of hills that have RFID gates, I'm wondering when the Shoe will get them.

 At this point, also possible to have hand scanners for RFID lift access cards.  Have seen that process in action at several smaller mountains as well as Grand Targhee in recent years.

I found out last season that one of those machines that can spit out an RFID card when someone purchases a lift ticket online in advance costs about $60K.

Mongo
4 months ago
Member since 02/24/2015 🔗
98 posts

Was Powder Monkey a triple before, and now it’s a quad? Wish it would move faster…

Was there another rationale for the new parking system other than “we want your money”?

Bought a half gallon of milk at Wildcat Provisions for $8. Holy moly! That Bidenflation is really hitting hard,

BackInDC
4 months ago
Member since 03/18/2021 🔗
11 posts
What's the word on Lower Shay's opening? It has been consistently cold and a good amount of natural snow recently. Can we get the best run on the mountain open or what?
Bonzski
4 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts
The whales are the size of houses, continued blowing today. With the warm/rain spell this week, my guess is they'll wait until next week to push it out.
Bird Dog
4 months ago
Member since 10/19/2022 🔗
29 posts

To Mongo: Yes, PM was a triple, now a quad; but not enough runout at the top to make it faster, 

And they need this type of lift just in case things get icy and the high-speeds can't operate.

Parking is cash, and milk for kids and cereal is necessary in the am.

eggraid
4 months ago
Member since 02/9/2010 🔗
510 posts


 Yes, Powder Monkey was a triple, I guess the change to a fixed-grip quad gets an extra 1,000 skiers per hour up the mountain, and they didn't want to do a high-speed quad because if they have high winds or ice they want at least some of the lifts to not have to shut down. The prices at Wildcat have always been high, that's nothing new, I guess when your next option is a grocery store 90 minutes away they've got the market cornered, lol.

Mongo wrote:

Was Powder Monkey a triple before, and now it’s a quad? Wish it would move faster…

Was there another rationale for the new parking system other than “we want your money”?

Bought a half gallon of milk at Wildcat Provisions for $8. Holy moly! That Bidenflation is really hitting hard,

oddballstocks
3 months ago
Member since 02/11/2017 🔗
123 posts
What ever happened to the new trails planned off Cupp Run on Western?  I haven't had a season pass in a few years, did they ever build those out?
snapdragon
3 months ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
347 posts
shay's revenge 
Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
3 months ago
Member since 01/13/2008 🔗
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 Ha! Shays has been around for about 25 years.

Regarding new trails off Cupp, we were told it fizzled out due to money and the endangered Cheat Mountain salamander.

snapdragon wrote:

shay's revenge 
teleman
3 months ago
Member since 07/8/2005 🔗
186 posts

Wasn’t that built in the late 90s With the high-speed quad?

That’s not exactly new.

there are rumors that they have plans to cut more trails on the western side, other than cupp and shays.

snapdragon wrote:

shay's revenge 

 

Bonzski
3 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts

eggraid wrote:


 Yes, Powder Monkey was a triple, I guess the change to a fixed-grip quad gets an extra 1,000 skiers per hour up the mountain, and they didn't want to do a high-speed quad because if they have high winds or ice they want at least some of the lifts to not have to shut down. The prices at Wildcat have always been high, that's nothing new, I guess when your next option is a grocery store 90 minutes away they've got the market cornered, lol.

Mongo wrote:

Was Powder Monkey a triple before, and now it’s a quad? Wish it would move faster…

Was there another rationale for the new parking system other than “we want your money”?

Bought a half gallon of milk at Wildcat Provisions for $8. Holy moly! That Bidenflation is really hitting hard,

 egg - there now are 2 options (Par Mar & Dollar General) located 10min away at the base....near The Inn

teleman
3 months ago
Member since 07/8/2005 🔗
186 posts

So the cheat mountain salamander wasn’t an issue in the late 90s but it is now?

if they wanted to build new trails on the western side, I’m sure they would get it done. They just don’t want to spend the money.  Replacing some of the original lifts on the basin side is probably a bigger priority.

Blue Don 1982 wrote:


 Ha! Shays has been around for about 25 years.

Regarding new trails off Cupp, we were told it fizzled out due to money and the endangered Cheat Mountain salamander.

snapdragon wrote:

shay's revenge 

 

snapdragon
3 months ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
347 posts
haven't been to the shoe in thirty years
Bird Dog
3 months ago
Member since 10/19/2022 🔗
29 posts

Old Shoe, New Shoe.

Check it out here:

Snowshoe Mountain: From Then to Now - YouTube

Mongo
3 months ago
Member since 02/24/2015 🔗
98 posts

Wildcat prices were always high but not THAT high. I didn't want to drive down to the Par Mar because the weather was terrible. I'd taken the bus to Wildcat and by the time I got there I wasn't going to go back and dig my car out. Had I but known about the $8 milk before I got on the bus I sure would have driven down the hill. Painful lesson learned! 

Bonzski wrote:

eggraid wrote:

 The prices at Wildcat have always been high, that's nothing new, I guess when your next option is a grocery store 90 minutes away they've got the market cornered, lol.

 egg - there now are 2 options (Par Mar & Dollar General) located 10min away at the base....near The Inn

snapdragon
3 months ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
347 posts
wow...thank you for that show...the last time i was on top of the resort i was racing 24 hours of snowshoe 2001...yew!
Scott - DCSki Editor
3 months ago
Member since 10/10/1999 🔗
1,249 posts

snapdragon wrote:

wow...thank you for that show...the last time i was on top of the resort i was racing 24 hours of snowshoe 2001...yew!

24 Hours of Snowshoe -- that was a cool race!  I covered that race in 2003 (with my fancy new digital camera, which let me post the story directy from the mountain).

Mongo
3 months ago
Member since 02/24/2015 🔗
98 posts
Just had a great weekend at the Shoe. Clear skies, not too crowded (especially Sunday). Could actually have wished it was a little colder just to keep things going, but the snow was actually nice (soft but not sloppy). 

My son grumbled about the lack of moguls on any of the blacks but he’s been spoiled by Utah and Killington this season.
chaga
3 months ago (edited 3 months ago)
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
646 posts


 Hey Red, wanna go with us next weekend!? michelle has extra passes  

snapdragon wrote:

haven't been to the shoe in thirty years
snapdragon
3 months ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
347 posts
thank yew for the invite...the retirement dream tour avoids weekend venues...too plugged for the jug...it is nearly impossible to salmon a quad...gotta be a six pack
eggraid
3 months ago
Member since 02/9/2010 🔗
510 posts


 Were there no bumps on lower Shay's Revenge on the Western side? They usually let half of that trail bump up.

Mongo wrote:

Just had a great weekend at the Shoe. Clear skies, not too crowded (especially Sunday). Could actually have wished it was a little colder just to keep things going, but the snow was actually nice (soft but not sloppy). 

My son grumbled about the lack of moguls on any of the blacks but he’s been spoiled by Utah and Killington this season.
nickhaas212
3 months ago (edited 3 months ago)
Member since 11/13/2019 🔗
68 posts


On Saturday all of Lower's Shays was icy as hell. The bumps were pure ice and the groomed side had some snow with a lot of thin sheets of ice and no top coat. Would not be surprised if they pushed them out to get a fresh start. They started to let bumps form over on Knot Bumper. Cupp and Choker had some good "clumps" but this was from skiers and snowboarders pushing the snow around.

eggraid wrote:


 Were there no bumps on lower Shay's Revenge on the Western side? They usually let half of that trail bump up.

Mongo wrote:

Just had a great weekend at the Shoe. Clear skies, not too crowded (especially Sunday). Could actually have wished it was a little colder just to keep things going, but the snow was actually nice (soft but not sloppy). 

My son grumbled about the lack of moguls on any of the blacks but he’s been spoiled by Utah and Killington this season.
Bonzski
3 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts

100% open

3-7" forecast for Friday eve.

Shotmaker
3 months ago
Member since 02/18/2014 🔗
180 posts

Things are looking even better this AM with NOAA now calling for 5-10". If the low developes off the Delmarva like the models are predicting we should be on the high end of the totals. Almost a perfect forecast for this President's weekend!

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Bonzski
3 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts
Should be fluff too!
Bonzski
3 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts
Probably the best weekend of the season. Perfect snow and sun. Western territory was wonderful with soft bumps on lower Cupp & Shays...bigger and better on Shays.
Stephen
2 months ago
Member since 02/16/2024 🔗
29 posts
Does anyone know if there are bumps on Lower Shay's?  Likely to have bumps tomorrow?
Stephen
2 months ago
Member since 02/16/2024 🔗
29 posts
There were huge bumps on Lower Shay's yesterday covering most of the trail, a legit bump field.  Why can't they put that on the website?  They show the bump symbol for Knotbumper, but Knotbumper had hardly any bumps.  They didn't show the grooming symbol for at least a few days for Shay's, so I was hoping that meant bumps, but they also didn't show the grooming symbol for Choker and some on Widowmaker, and there were hardly any bumps there.  They have that bump symbol for their trail report to show that there are bumps, but they don't use it.  Uuuuggg!  Maybe they only use that symbol if there's no way through without bumps?  Shay's had a sliver of groomed on the side.  I wouldn't even drive up there if there weren't bumps on lower Shay's.
Stephen
2 months ago
Member since 02/16/2024 🔗
29 posts

Here's some POV video showing the trails and moguls from yesterday.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXbdZhZATQo

wgo
2 months ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,667 posts
Looks like fun! Thanks for posting.
Bonzski
2 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts

Lower Shays today

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chaga
2 months ago
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
646 posts
ski free WV day on sunday for wv residents
Bonzski
2 months ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
652 posts
Snowshoe will be blowing all week as temps allow. Some of the best conditions (snow & low crowds) all season happen in March.
wgo
2 months ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,667 posts
Anyone planning on being there this weekend? Trying to decide if I want to spend $100 on a ticket for a final day of skiing this season.
swoop
2 months ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
64 posts


 Yes! We are planning to be there all weekend.  I can't believe they are blowing snow like crazy to save the remainder of the season.

The SHOE and Alterra deserve some big Kudos for this!!!!!!!

Let's all go have fun and support this mountain this weekend.

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SWOOP

wgo wrote:

Anyone planning on being there this weekend? Trying to decide if I want to spend $100 on a ticket for a final day of skiing this season.
Brook
2 months ago
Member since 09/28/2010 🔗
58 posts

They just announced that if you bring a season pass from another resort that has closed for the season you can get 25% of a ticket. Lower Shays was really good this afternoon once it warmed up above 30 and the sun was hitting it.  Soft steep hero snow.

wgo
2 months ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,667 posts

Cool. Where did you see this?

Brook wrote:

They just announced that if you bring a season pass from another resort that has closed for the season you can get 25% of a ticket. Lower Shays was really good this afternoon once it warmed up above 30 and the sun was hitting it.  Soft steep hero snow.

Brook
2 months ago (edited 2 months ago)
Member since 09/28/2010 🔗
58 posts

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wgo
2 months ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,667 posts

Cool. I will not know if I can go this weekend until the last minute so it would be nice to not pay the full window price....what is the full price these days? Hard to tell on the snowshoe site with the dynamic pricing.

wgo
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,667 posts

How am I only learning about this place now? Tbf I don't get out to Snowshoe much

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Snowcat got your tongue?

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