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I washington it is mandatory for the resort to let the lines be a free-for-all. Can you say merge? I would hope that when a mid-week pass goes up 100% in price over 4 years (Crystal) that the experience would improve. Im not sure their new plan is going to be all that cool. Same crabby employees, understaffing, etc. Just bitchin to bitch, but I dont see Snoqualmie (where I learned to ski btw and rode a board for the first time) really improving. The good news is that alot of the skiers there need new equipment and thats good for the local retailers.

Oh and I love lines (I'm the upper left with the orange and white jersey)

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Boyne to operate Summit at Snoqualmie

To set the record straight, Boyne/Crystal DID NOT buy The Summit. Boyne will carry the lease and manage operations at The Summit and Loon Mountain. CNL Income Properties, Inc., purchased The Summit and Loon Mountain from Booth Creek Ski Holdings last January.

Possible benefits to both Crystal and The Summit pass holders are being discussed.

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