Followed my kids' school group up for an evening session yesterday. Must say for a pimple of a ski hill, they do a damn good job making and maintaining their snow. Had a chance to let the cosmetically-marred (?) Hell And Backs run on frozen granular-nice flyers. Too bad it's no more than 5 turns top to bottom.
It was about 10F (-10 windchill supposedly) at Mt Peter today, which was cold enough to keep the crowds away. Once the race kids were done practicing it was like a weekday, no lines at all. We squeezed 15 runs into a two hour visit. It was crazy windy too, blowing from the base area uphill, so much so that it actually slowed you down a little.
Are you a family of three who gets
frustrated that someone has to ride the lift alone?
Would your two kids like to take a semi-private lesson together but are told no because the instructor can only take one child up the lift at a time?
Do you want to spend less time in lift line and more time on the mountain?
You spoke, and we listened!! This summer, Mount Peter will be installing a brand new quad lift to service our beginner and intermediate terrain. This is just step one in our newly designed five-year plan.
We are super excited and wanted to let you know!!!
Big changes are coming, don't miss out!"
I have no idea where this is gonna get shoehorned in, maybe replacing SAMs chair... Shorter lifelines are always good of course.
So nice of them to finally do an update after demanding that the perfectly good one that I did back in May be deleted (which was a whole lot more detailed). They were butt hurt that I knew more about lifts than them. I will never ski there again under any circumstances.
They tried to shut down my interest in lift installations, but they will never succeed. I was scared of doing my update on Belleayre because of what they did, but I knew I couldn't let the actions of one insignificant mole hill ruin my lifelong passion.