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Winter Park - WROD and typical terrain opening progress

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I've skied WP years ago, but will be going back just after Christmas for the first time in ~20 years. As such I've been following them and curious with their opening coming up next week what their WROD run is (Cranmer to Village Way?) and what their typical order of terrain opening is. The don't seem to be as active/informative on social media as some other places - or at least not so far.

 

Thanks to anyone that has recent experience there and can share!

post #2 of 4
After Christmas, Mary Jane should be open with some decent terrain. We should be way past the WROD time.

If you follow the Colorado weather discussion thread, you'll have a good feel well before your trip.
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Yeah, I'm not worried for our trip. I was just curious about their early season routine. I'll watch it all unfold starting next Friday I guess. I'm getting antsy with all the photos from A Basin, Loveland and now Keystone. It hasn't hardly been cold enough in MN for the ski areas to even blow snow yet...
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It's definitely Cranmer and the lower frontside, with Jane Trail once there is a manageable natural base for that run.

Nice thing right now is the mountains look good, so the early skiing feels less like early Nov.
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