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post #31 of 38
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The WROD looks pretty good.

post #32 of 38

Here is Sunday River on 10-23  They opened on the 22nd at 3:30pm until about 5pm.. the announcement was made on the 22nd at 3:30...   I was proud to be there. I was originally going to hike Killington but no need with SUnday River Lift access.

 

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post #33 of 38

That makes the Riv the first in North America, I think.  I couldn't make it up there (especially given the amount of timing the announcement gave).  That picture is enough motivation to plan to road trip for next weekend, however.

post #34 of 38

LOL....The thing about the NW is we usually open on a pow day. Hood is nuking right now. I'll probably get my first day on Friday.

post #35 of 38
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Originally Posted by mdechristopher View Post

That makes the Riv the first in North America, I think.  I couldn't make it up there (especially given the amount of timing the announcement gave).  That picture is enough motivation to plan to road trip for next weekend, however.



The first in North America, besides Timberline.

post #36 of 38

Lookout Pass said on the local news they will open once they have an 18" base.

 

I think they are at about 9 inches now at the base/I-90. Snow forecasted all week. biggrin.gif

post #37 of 38

Timberline Lodge is opening the their lower mountain tomorrow. 

 

Last minute drive to Portland.. hmm. Bet it will be beyond packed.

post #38 of 38
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Sunday River is battling the weather to reopen this weekend.

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