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post #31 of 83
365 - Mt Erebus, Antarctica
post #32 of 83
4 days at Killington, VT
2 runs - Sunday River, ME.

Plan to do some making up for it next year.

post #33 of 83
11for me which isn't bad
1 whitetail
2 liberty
1 jiminy peak
1 butternut
1 cannon
1 attitash
1 sunapee
1 montage
1 jack frost
missed ny this year
post #34 of 83
1 Mtn High
2 Park City
2 Deer Valley
5 Whistler/Blackcomb
1 Bear Mtn.
1 Sierra-at-Tahoe
2 Mammoth (coming)
0 Mt. Baldy
post #35 of 83
Rock, a bit tasteless don't you think? A lot of people were killed in that one!
post #36 of 83
No idea how many, even with being sick for a month or so, I still managed to get in close to 50! Most at Alta, a few at Snowbird, one at each Deer Valley and The Canyons. Didn't make the yearly trips to Colorado or Jackson Hole this season, snow has been to good here this season.

Still skiing here for another few weeks. Alta got hit with 48" in the past week! Snowbird will be open into May. So put me down for 55.
post #37 of 83
31 days of skiing despite a strange & frustrating winter in the East.

9 Tremblant, Quebec
4 Mont-Saint-Anne, Quebec
6 Fernie, British Columbia
12 Local Toronto hills (Blue Mountain & Mount St. Louis-Moonstone)
post #38 of 83
Originally posted by Pete:
Rock, a bit tasteless don't you think? A lot of people were killed in that one!
Well spotted Oz. Apologies to any other Antipodeans.
post #39 of 83
33days, 5 at Blackcomb/Whistler the rest at Crystal Mt.
post #40 of 83
6 days Whistler.
3 days (so far) at Milton Keynes.
1 unused season pass for Winter Park.

post #41 of 83
I have now recorded the FEWEST number of days since about 1981.

5 Whitetail
5 Stratton
3 Whiteface

post #42 of 83
22 Days Killington, VT

110 Nights @ the Pickel Barrell

Great season had by all, started out on Nov. 17th, hope to get one last day in on the snow that is left!
post #43 of 83

~23 @ Loon
2 @ Squaw
3 @ Heavenly
1 @ Bretton Woods (on 2 runs in late November/early December, where parts of the trail were about 3 feet wide)
1 @ Waterville Valley

Turned out to be a decent season with some memorable days.

post #44 of 83
2 - Mammoth
3 - Vail
1 - Breckenridge
1 - A-basin
2 - Aspen
4 - Kirkwood
2 - Squaw
1 - Alpine Meadows
0 - Bristol Mt. (sigh)

16 days, 1 pissed off boss and one boring summer as I already used all my vacation days (I know, I need a new job). well, there's always next season to think about... cheers to a good season.
post #45 of 83
28 days, Ski season always seems to go to fast.

1 day Crystal Mt. (Mi)
6 days Steamboat
14 1/2 days Snowmass
1/2 day Butter Milk (Had never been before)
5 days Keystone
1 day Breckenridge
post #46 of 83
I think the number is 25:

Smuggler's Notch - 24
Jay Peak - 1

The Smuggs days were loooooooong. I'm volunteer ski patrol, so we're first up at 7:15 and last off at 4:30. Lotsa snow time. The Jay trip is an annual one, I take 4 13-year-olds and we really dig it. For the boys, it's like going to Europe what with the aerial tram that transports 50 and the French-speakers and dressers from Montreal. However, 24 and 1 sounds way too provincial, I gotta get around more next year.
post #47 of 83
29 days Zugspitze
40 some on hausberg, alpspitze
1 Axamer Lizum
3 Stubaital
7 Pas de la Casa, Andorra
7 Hemsedal, Norway
14 Scuol; Switzerland
1 Flumserberg, Switzerland
1 Kreuzjoch, Zillertal
1 Bichlbach, Austria
post #48 of 83
what do you people work (if anything)? How do you ski 100 days a year?
post #49 of 83
I truly don't know and can't be bothered to count any more. I just know it was the best season for me in a long time, and ours is still going out here. I had memorable trips to Jackson Hole and Summit County, but am still enjoying our 120+ inch base at Mt. Bachelor. A week of race camp at Hood this summer, with a few days of doing some ski demo days before that should keep me going pretty much year round this year!! [img]smile.gif[/img]
post #50 of 83
A broken leg slowed me down a bit.
8 Ski Brule MI
5 Mt Ashland OR
4 Mt Ripley MI (2 on one leg)
2 Indeanhead MI (one leg)
9 Marquette Mt MI (3 on one leg)
4 Lutsen MN
20 Tyrol Basin WI (one ski not allowed without 3 track gear)
4 Graechen Switzerland
Looking forward to 10 more at Mt Hood this summer
This is the fewest in over 20 years

[ April 22, 2002, 10:25 PM: Message edited by: SLATZ ]
post #51 of 83
My goal is to "ski my age" and this year I exceeded my goal of 50 full ski days, mostly at Loon, Waterville, Cannon and Bretton Woods in New Hampshire. Could not manage a trip out west and still, it was a great season for me! [img]tongue.gif[/img]
post #52 of 83
Still going strong here in the Easter Sierra.

119 Mammoth Mtn.
2 June Mtn.
1 les Diablerets
2 Nendaz/Mont fort
1 Zermatt Klein Matterhorn
1 Crans Montana
1 Chamonix Vallee Blanche
2 Sass Fee
2 Chamonix/Grande Montets

So, 131 so far. Probably will only get in about 150 days this year, as Mammoth will close on Memorial Day instead of June or July. We only have about 6 feet of snow left.
post #53 of 83
40 at Mt. Snow Vt.
1 Killington (record low)
1 Stratton
6 Vail

post #54 of 83
6 Val d'Isere (with some Tignes)
6 Tignes (with some Val d'Isere)
4 Verbier
4 Val Thorens (still to come in May)

1991-1999: 0 days
1999/2000: 6 days
2000/2001: 12 days
2001/2002: 20 days
2002/2003: ??

I can see an expensive trend here...
post #55 of 83
I hate you people who live within 600 miles of a snow covered mountain. [img]smile.gif[/img]

3 Breckenridge
1 Vail
1 Beaver Creek
post #56 of 83
James, This would be a good one for a poll so that you could see the trends and patterns.
I think I'll try and set one up.

48 so far. Already a personal record.

42 at the Summit at Snoqualmie, WA
1 at Crystal Mountain, WA
1 at Winter Park, CO
1 at Loveland, CO
1 at Mt Hood Meadows, OR
2 at Timberline, OR

I'll earn some turns by hiking Alpental and take a couple of more days of lift served at White Pass & Crystal.

[ April 23, 2002, 02:43 PM: Message edited by: TomK ]
post #57 of 83
LisaHardt! YOU da WOMAN! I mean, not only did you SKI your age . . . you told us what it IS!!! There's a SLEW of women who wouldn't do either one! You go, girl!!
post #58 of 83
hi everyone!

This is my first reply to a post.

Not as many ski days for me as in recent years but that's what you get for moving to England and starting and a full time office job!
I remember when we used to collect all our ski passes and compare numbers at the end of the season!
well, here goes:

18 @ The 3 valleys,(Meribel, Courchevel, Val Thorens), France
5 @ Skiwelt (Soll, Westendorf, Ellmau), Austria
1 @ Hintertux, Austria.

I suppose it looks like I spent a lot of time in only a couple of resorts but if any of you have been to the 3 valleys, you will know that it is HUGE and can keep you entertained for at least 3 weeks!

post #59 of 83
10 Valle Nevado, Chile
3 Whistler/Blackcomb
1 Mt. Baker
1 Okemo
2 Gunstock
~40 Killington

My day count at Killington is way off from average. Lousy winter in New England if you weren't at Jay Peak.
post #60 of 83
This year has been good, despite the way it started.
7 at the local hill (Bobbio, Italy), alas the
lift company seems to have gone bankrupt...
3 at Galtür, Austria
1 (today! April 25th) at Presena galcier, Passo
del Tonale, Italy.

I do hope to go on skiing, either at Presena glacier (~=2hrs drive) or at the Stelvio glacier ( 2-3 hrs drive), at least twice a month, till next (winter) season starts.
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