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I was also surprised to find out that I never posted anything since 2005, as I'm a regular reader of BOL :-)-

Some more detail:

Those pictures was made last weekend on the Hintertuxer glacier, Austria. The first one up on the slopes (at 3000 meters), the second in the valley (at 1500m). We really have an early winter here this year.

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Today's Update

Anybody order some snow? It’s probably raining where you are, but we’ve got snow here at Sugarloaf, with a reported three inches up at Bullwinkles Grill, and more coming down. Word is it’s all snow from Peavy Crosscut and higher, meaning we’re getting a fresh layer of natural snow on top of everything we’ve already made up on Sluice.

Snowmakers are still in action up on Sluice and Upper Tote Road, and with forecasts calling for nice cold temps throughout the remainder of the week, we’ll shuffle more snowguns down low to bury Lower Winter’s Way in a blanket of fresh fluff. Keep it tuned right here, or check our snowphone at 207-237-6808 for the latest updates as we inch closer to opening day.


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Greetings ,

The day we’ve been waiting for all summer is finally here.

Sugarloaf is cranking up the lifts and getting you back on snow

tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 9 to kick off the 2007-08 winter season.

We’ve been making tons of snow on Sluice and Lower Winters Way

to go along with the nice hit of natural of snow that fell on

Tuesday. That’s what we’ll be skiing on for opening day

with lift service from Double Runner East and Spillway West.

Winter is here so grab your skis and point yourself north to

Sugarloaf where you’ll find the most open vertical in the


One thing to note – even though we’re opening a week ahead

of schedule, Sugarloaf’s annual Tin Mountain Round Up will be

next weekend, Nov. 17-18, when lift tickets will be just $24

when you bring three cans of food to the ticket window.

Thank you snowmakers!

The Trip

Give thanks for snow

Nothing builds an appetite like being outdoors on the mountain

and Sugarloaf makes it easy to create a new holiday tradition.

Join us for the Thanksgiving weekend and make it a weekend

everyone will enjoy. Skiing and snowboarding by day, and then

the full traditional Thanksgiving turkey feast at the Shipyard

Brew Haus. It’s everything you would make yourself except

someone else does the cooking, cleaning, and the dishes.


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Early season ticket prices are $35 for adults and young adults, $25 for seniors and juniors, and $20 for an afternoon half-day. On Saturday and Sunday bring in three cans of food for the Tin Mountain Round Up and pay only $20 for all day skiing or riding.

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