Since I have free lodging and now also a season pass I plan on spending as many weekends as possible at 7S. Can I break 30 days on Skis? I think so!
I am also planing a 7 day march trip to SLC with Queen. I have already done some research on pricing and stuff. I have talked to Johnfmha and tried to PM JohnL. But still need recommendations on where to ski and I am asking if the SLC Super pass is worth it. Also the stay and ski in park city are vs stay in town and drive to anywhere is now being discussed. I want to go somewhere that both queen and I can appreciate, ski together for the most part, and still have fun. We are both strong skiers however she prefers to avoid bouble black terrain, heavy moguls, and likes to alternate between groomed and ungroomed runs. I am getting increasingly comfortable on a variety of ungroomed terrain and I may end up trying some of the most challenging stuff if I feel on top of my game. Any recommendations are greatly appreciated.
I will probably hit up Wisp for at least a day this winter. The add on is huge and I look forward to what looks like long direct down the fall line cruisers that cover a good amount (+500') of vertical. Something that wisp really doesn't have until now. That and the additional green terrain may make wisp the leading mountain in the area for rookie skiers and weekend warriors. They have really improved their appeal to the typical skier in this region. Bravo!
I also really want to hit BK at least once this winter, pending them opening their expert terrain. I need to cut my teeth once again on the best on piste black terrain this area has to offer.
And I plan on spending at least one late season weekend at T-Line. After skiing there for the first time last year I realize that no season is complete with out a little W Va powder