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Who has the best web cam/s?

post #1 of 8
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Which resort boasts the best web cam/s? To me, the "best" are the ones which work to provide a clear feel for conditions, crowds, etc. My vote is for:

http://www.wolfcreekski.com/webcam.asp
post #2 of 8
This is a good post because I have noticed a few things about the web cams that I frequent. Snowbasin cams are careful not to show how long the lines are at the gondola so as not to dicourage you from coming up. Targhee does not have cams at all because they dont want you to see the fog that they are plagued with on most days. I dont know of any cams that really show the conditions of the snow - thats not to say that it cant be done. Web cams are especially useful in SLC and Ogden because if the people like what they see they can be there so quickly. I really like the Snowbird Snocam that shows an accurate amount of new snow for each storm.
post #3 of 8
Around here it has to be Sugar mtn.
www.skisugar.com
post #4 of 8
Looks pretty good!
post #5 of 8
I just watched the wolf creek cam for awhile, and it is a good one.

But the crowding! At one point I saw two skiers coming down the hill in the view of the camera at the same time. At least you don't have to use consecutive chairs on the lift.
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post #7 of 8
those live cams are SO much better then our still-shots on Hood.
post #8 of 8
Windham has a still shot that is updated every few minutes.
http://www.windhammountain.com/mountain/webcam.php
Used to make me feel good when I stayed home to view I wasn't missing anything.
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