Why in the world was the Gondola closed if there wasn't much wind like on the first subzero day. If I was there and the Gondola was running I would lap it all day long, and so would many others. The only reason why the Gondola might need to be closed is if the drive froze up,(it is a top drive so this may have happened) but aren't ski lifts designed to run in cold temps. Sounds like they chose not to run it to save some $$$, at least on the 1st cold day. Does anyone else know the real reason that it wasn't running?