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Chestnut Mountain

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I'm thinking of skiing Chestnut the weekend before xmas while passing through.  Looks like they have most of their runs open already so I'm thinking 100% open is possible by mid Dec.  Looks like they have night skiing then but does anyone know which runs it covers and if nigh skiing is included in the day ticket?  Any other tips or insights?

 

I could ski nearby Sundown instead but it looks smaller and less steep.  Also, I'm not sure what's open at night there or if the day ticket includes nigh skiing (would likely ski 1-7pm)

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Passing through, Chestnuts in BFE? It's a nice little hill, but I'm surprised they're a 100%. There's no snow on the ground and it's 50f right now. Coverage can't too good.
I've never night skied there, but I would imagine it's the whole hill.
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Passing through, Chestnuts in BFE? It's a nice little hill, but I'm surprised they're a 100%. There's no snow on the ground and it's 50f right now. Coverage can't too good.
I've never night skied there, but I would imagine it's the whole hill.

Maybe "nearby" is more accurate than passing through.  I'll be traveling from De Monies to Rockford and Chestnut isn't far off that route.

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One of the guys on TGR posted that they've been blowing a lot of snow and current conditions are pretty good for man made.  Wet warm front is coming thru Wednesday, followed by a cold front.    I'd just make the call a few days prior.

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We're thinking about checking it out in the next week or 2 - lift tix are only $20 through the 15th

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