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WV -Q:Timerberline, Snowshoe conditions

post #1 of 5
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Hey all, anybody have a first impression on Timberline or Snowshoe and whether they've profited from the system that went through the area Monday/Tuesday that would be worth mentioning? Especially I'm wondering if the liftlines and the other black runs at Timberline are open and good without major potential of ski damage. Similar question re: Snowshoe. Western Territory open and enjoyable?
post #2 of 5
I was up at Tline this past weekend. They've got a good base, I didn't see any bare spots. Tline got 4" last night. The Drop, OTW, Whitelighting were all open, but groomed. The trails under the lifts were closed. In general they were in very good shape.

Snowshoe is reporting 3" this am. They typically have a good base this time of year.

I'd check out www.dcski.com for some more info.
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Originally Posted by SCWVA
I was up at Tline this past weekend. They've got a good base, I didn't see any bare spots. Tline got 4" last night. The Drop, OTW, Whitelighting were all open, but groomed. The trails under the lifts were closed. In general they were in very good shape.

Snowshoe is reporting 3" this am. They typically have a good base this time of year.

I'd check out www.dcski.com for some more info.
Thanks for the info! With all that grooming up there at Timberline that's off my list then. Maybe Snowshoe then.
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Why is T-line grooming every run every night? I have been there twice and no bumps to be had...kinda of dissappionting. Prefer it to snowshoe alot more though. Great Little hill, one of the best in M-A.
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Originally Posted by BushwackerinPA
Why is T-line grooming every run every night? I have been there twice and no bumps to be had...kinda of dissappionting. Prefer it to snowshoe alot more though. Great Little hill, one of the best in M-A.
They typically don't, but this time of year (late season) they do to ensure consistent snow coverage and make the snow last as long as they can.
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