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Loon mountain to open limited terrain 11/23/10...here is the scoop!

November 21st, shows signs that the peaks are holding the snow, and plans for opening day at Loon are set.

   The Morning started off below the freezing mark, and that's good if you are making snow to open the ski season in the next two days. Loon Mountain will be opening for intermediate and advanced skier on Tuesday November 23. Why qualify the level of skier for opening day? Well in order to have some terrain to strap on the  boards...they'll make snow on upper trails. You'll be required to take the Gondola to the summit, and ski a limited number of trails to the East basin chair. From there you'll be able to make trips up and down where the snow guns have concentrated there coverage. At days end you'll have to take the gondola down to the bottom, as none of the lower trails will be ready for top to bottom skiing. As my friends that are chomping at the bit to get out there will tell you...It's better than not skiing at all!

  Here is a link to there web site LOONMTN.COM also check out the mountain cameras, real time snow making

 

 

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5 commentsSteve Loynd • November 21 2010 12:01PM
Loon mountain to open limited terrain 11/23/10… here is the scoop!
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November 21st, shows signs that the peaks are holding the snow, and plans for opening day at Loon are set. The Morning started off below the freezing mark, and that's good if you are making snow to open the ski season in the next two days… more