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Wild mountain in Minnesota?

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Yep!

 

 

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Wild Mountain is the 1st resort in North America to open

 

Last year they were also first to open and first to be 100% open Nov 27th.  Some haters are going to say less than 500 vert shouldn't count so haters gonna hate LOL

 

By the way, K-ton still isn't truly "open" if they are only allowing pass holders to ski.

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Yep!

 

 

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Wild Mountain is the 1st resort in North America to open

 

Last year they were also first to open and first to be 100% open Nov 27th.  Some haters are going to say less than 500 vert shouldn't count so haters gonna hate LOL

 

By the way, K-ton still isn't truly "open" if they are only allowing pass holders to ski.

 

Last year Baker was 100% open from day 1, November 18.  I was there, it was a powder day.

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Whistler also opened last year on the 18th. If I remember correctly they had about 40cm overnight and was a good day. Both hills always running by US Thanksgiving weekend.

Fresh snow last night - now that our record dry spell is over.  

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I'm not a Killington pass holder.  This was from Saturday.

Then had 2 screws taken out of my knee on Monday.  Won't be doing this again for about 6 weeks.

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