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  1. #30676
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    when you think of 600 people, realize it is highly unlikely that they will all be there at the same time. I am guessing most of the 600 (or most of however many actually showed) skied a couple/three hours and split. And some arrived in the morning to do that and some in the afternoon.
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  2. #30677
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    The Basin probably has, what, two more weeks max?

  3. #30678
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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    The Basin probably has, what, two more weeks max?
    Most likely......temps look pretty toasty for the next couple of weeks.

    I "won" a spot to ski tomorrow. Looking like a ski & kayak kinda day.
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  4. #30679
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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    The Basin probably has, what, two more weeks max?
    Haven't been up there, but from the looks of it they might be able to stretch it out. Pali was still open. They can keep the upper snowfield going for a long time if they want, it just depends on how much they want to put into it.

  5. #30680
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmsummit View Post
    Most likely......temps look pretty toasty for the next couple of weeks.

    I "won" a spot to ski tomorrow. Looking like a ski & kayak kinda day.
    I got the "no soup for you" email for tomorrow. May float the upper C instead (salmonfly hatch). Although the rubber hatch/shitshow will be in full effect. However, with that comes the bikini hatch...

  6. #30681
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  7. #30682
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldenboy View Post
    It's going to be interesting if reservations are required everywhere next season.
    I'm willing to bet there's no way that happens. A good gauge will be the bike parks this summer... from the few I've looked at, I haven't seen anything about reservations required. They're just loading chairs/gondolas differently.

    https://www.aspensnowmass.com/safety...ing-procedures

  8. #30683
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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    I'm willing to bet there's no way that happens. A good gauge will be the bike parks this summer... from the few I've looked at, I haven't seen anything about reservations required. They're just loading chairs/gondolas differently.

    https://www.aspensnowmass.com/safety...ing-procedures
    Just curious Steve, what is it looking like for your guiding adventures this summer? still normal?

  9. #30684
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    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    The Basin probably has, what, two more weeks max?
    I was there Wednesday and that was my estimate.

  10. #30685
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    Quote Originally Posted by bamboocoreONLY View Post
    Just curious Steve, what is it looking like for your guiding adventures this summer? still normal?
    Normal in a relative way.... there are things we'll have to do to meet local guidelines (wearing masks, spacing out in vehicles, etc) but as of now, all US-based trips are on as planned. I'm also waiting for the damn US/Canada border to open so we can run our Revelstoke trips in mid-August. We essentially lost about 30-35% of our revenue because of postponed/cancelled trips from April-June and some lost private trips this fall, hopefully we can make some of that up from July through November.

  11. #30686
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkgt View Post
    got it, you are ok with people getting spots and not showing up.
    I could have been less curt, but this is TGR after all.

    My take ... folks make reservations and then life happens.

    In normal circumstances, we don't have visibility into who decided to go skiing the next day, but had to bail because of "surprise commitments". These are particularly difficult times for all concerned and I'll bet plans are blowing up more than usual.

    At the end of the day, you didn't win the "lottery", so you couldn't go skiing. The "winners" won the option to buy a ticket and some didn't exercise it. That may suck, but you can either choose to stew over it or let it slide. I suggested the latter approach.

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    all good thom

    got the vanagon of the jacks and running today, fresh brake fluid all around.
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    drove it to have my ass handed to me in disc
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    and that bud just got me a pass for tomorrow, will be up late morning.

    enjoy your weekend all

  13. #30688
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    Quote Originally Posted by smmokan View Post
    Normal in a relative way.... there are things we'll have to do to meet local guidelines (wearing masks, spacing out in vehicles, etc) but as of now, all US-based trips are on as planned. I'm also waiting for the damn US/Canada border to open so we can run our Revelstoke trips in mid-August. We essentially lost about 30-35% of our revenue because of postponed/cancelled trips from April-June and some lost private trips this fall, hopefully we can make some of that up from July through November.
    Here's hoping you're right about the Canadian border. I have a hut trip booked for New Years week and the operator got in touch this week to say that they believe there are better than 50/50 odds that Americans won't be able to get into Canada by then.
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  14. #30689
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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster View Post
    Here's hoping you're right about the Canadian border. I have a hut trip booked for New Years week and the operator got in touch this week to say that they believe there are better than 50/50 odds that Americans won't be able to get into Canada by then.
    Yeah... I'm hopeful but not confident. Every time our idiot president opens his mouth, the odds seem to go down a little bit more.

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