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for low season and green season, do US resorts have kiddie snowmobiles on wheels?

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post #392 of 393

I'm not sure about wheels, but Squaw definitely has kiddie snowmobiles, and tubing.  I really hate that stuff.  It's a major distraction for kids who haven't quite caught the skiing bug yet.  If they want to have fun in the snow, I want them in ski team/school, not wimping out on the tubes.  Not all kids are this way, of course.  But, seriously, if skiing isn't enough fun, you're doing it wrong.  Perhaps the resorts should take that to heart.

post #393 of 393

Thanks. I thought hmmm does the Sno-ventures park have kidsize ski doos (which it does in winter) that also 'work' in low season and over summer. And can big kids scoot over the lake to SV and drive up the back of KT22 to beat parking fees biggrin.gif

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