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11-20-09, My first turns of the season! YAHOO

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Finally got a couple hours of turns in today!  It was a White Ribbon, but not too deadly.



That's all for now!
Thanks,
JF
post #2 of 9
 
Maybe your white ribbon, but it looks pretty darn good in comparison to what we have here.
Thanks for sharing!
post #3 of 9
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Maybe your white ribbon
 

That was the nice part, it was pretty much my white ribbon for a couple of hours!
Thanks for looking,
JF
post #4 of 9
It just gets better from here. 

Nice early turns.
post #5 of 9
I might go down to wolf tomorrow. What are they charging for tickets? 
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I might go down to wolf tomorrow. What are they charging for tickets? 

$31 on Sunday.  Got an email from them the other day.  I think it said they were going to full price ($52) on Monday.  Deleted the email though so I can't confirm.
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Tromano,

Tickets were $15 for adults, with the lift running from 1-9PM.  I skied till about 4, when the kids started showing up.  It is just one ribbon of snow on their beginner lift.

WOLF CREEK UTAH SKI RESORT OFFICIALLY OPENING THURSDAY NOV. 19TH


I would call ahead to make sure.
8017453511.

JF



post #8 of 9

My bad.  I should have figured that Tromano wasn't looking to head to CO.



Welcome to the Wolf Creek Web-site!

Wolf Creek Ski Area is celebrating 70 years of epic powder skiing this 2009 - 2010 season!

Wolf Creek is 100% open! CONDITIONS ARE POWDER AND PACKED POWDER WITH EARLY SEASON OBSTACLES. Alberta, Raven, Treasure, Bonanza, and Nova Lifts are open from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM. The most recent storm total is 30 inches. Year-to-date snowfall is 78 inches.

Telemark Day is tomorrow, Nov 22nd - Tickets are $31/Adults Lifts and $27/two hr lession.

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Yeah, it's a little confusing.  Wolf Creek, Utah used to be called Nordic Valley.  The road signs call it Wolf Mountain, which is what I call it now.  Wolf Creek is actually the community & Golf Course on the other side of the valley, which also own & operate the ski area.

Here are I couple of pictures from Friday.





Hope it snows soon.
JF
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