Greek Peak Conditions (2018 - 2019)

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wonderpony wonderpony
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The good news is that GP put stickers on the gates of the quad, that say "Lean on me".

The bad news is the conditions today. I wanted to work on my turns, and work on the pointers I was given last time I went. So, I started on Karyatis, because it should be easy and forgiving as I figure things out. Wrong. It was pretty much as bad as I have seen. The lower part of it was good, but I wanted to stay upright, so I headed over to the Bunny slope. I have a theory that they keep the Bunny slope in better shape than the rest of the mountain.

Wrong. I got caught up in some shrapnel, ended up backards, and called it a day after two runs. It was not worth getting hurt on the Bunny slope, just to say I skied.
Joneski73 Joneski73
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Good job on the report for the bunny slope and Karyatis WP👍.  Everything else was firm, but edgeable today.  There was shrapnel elsewhere, but the worst was on karyatis.  Crowds were minimal today with little if any wait for the quad.  Thanks Santa for bringing GP management the nice new signs for the gates at the lift
wonderpony wonderpony
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Glad I found the worst shrapnel!
But, I am glad to hear that the trails I didn't ski were in better shape. I'll try again tomorrow. :)
wonderpony wonderpony
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A TOTALLY different mountain today!  Not only, could I ski, but I could ski forwards, which was a big change from yesterday!  Iliad was really nice, so I stayed there, except for one run down Fields and Stoic, which weren't as good. Keep your fingers crossed that we don't get much rain!
campgottagopee campgottagopee
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My fingers are crossed!
Rj1972 Rj1972
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Well, I haven't skied Greek Peak yet this season, as the rain has been forcing me to make the drive to Killington. Anyway, this weekend looks like the Arctic, and I see they are making snow.

How has the skiing been?
campgottagopee campgottagopee
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Yes, the guns are up and running again.

I hit Trax for a couple beers with the crew on Sunday. They said it was better than they had expected so take that for whatever it's worth. As you said the cold is setting back in so hopefully Ma-Natch will shake her money maker soon!
Turd Ferguson Turd Ferguson
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Conditions Saturday morning into afternoon were great, all things considered with what they've had to work with.  The rain stopped early, the sun came out, and the snow softened up nicely.  Not much open, but what was open was in good shape.

Sunday morning into early afternoon was OK, a mixture of snow, wind, and overcast with a few periods of sunshine.  As the afternoon went on, the wind picked up and the temp dropped, so some of the loose snow got blown off, and there was a fair amount of ice and hardpack left.  

But, the good news is they had guns running all over as of Sunday closing.  The hill guys are certainly busting their butts getting stuff back out and operating.
Rj1972 Rj1972
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Thanks for the updates. They are much appreciated.
campgottagopee campgottagopee
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Reports are in --- it was darn right full on POW today
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