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  1. #34401
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    Quote Originally Posted by montanaskier View Post
    VR announces no masks outside, no reservation system, masks required indoors, vaccine required for indoor quick service restaurants, and FULL CAPACITY chair loading! Woohoo...load the chairs!


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    I was really hoping for full vax required but I sure won't miss the reservation system or wearing a buff all the time

  2. #34402
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    Full vax required for employees company wide I believe. And here I thought they may struggle getting a full staff

    Edit, yeah:
    Employee Safety: We will be requiring all of our employees to have COVID-19 vaccinations for their safety and protection as well as the safety and protection of our guests and communities, and in compliance with the recent rules announced under the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Indoor face coverings, enhanced hygiene practices, daily employee health screenings, and other health and safety measures will also continue.

  3. #34403
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    I truly feel sorry for the service industry to have to continue wearing masks because the kooks don't get vaccinated.

  4. #34404
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    Cheers to a hopefully way more normal ski season on the horizon!!

    So happy to not have to reserve and not have to put on a mask in the lift maze.

    One of the weirdest encounters I had last year was an older gentlemen who got on a quad with me and a buddy at Vail.... picture three people on a quad.... this guy expected me and my buddy to scoot all the way to to the opposite of the chair to give him space. I hope to never have to repeat that ridiculous bullshit ever again.

  5. #34405
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    Got sucked into the one mans junk comments regarding this topic. I need to stop doing that to myself.

  6. #34406
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leshphilling77 View Post
    Got sucked into the one mans junk comments regarding this topic. I need to stop doing that to myself.
    Haha.......you know better not to get involved, but it's damn hard not to! Like a car accident you can't look away from.....
    Old's Cool.

  7. #34407
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leshphilling77 View Post
    Got sucked into the one mans junk comments regarding this topic. I need to stop doing that to myself.
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  8. #34408
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    Aspens by ABasin looking good.
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  9. #34409
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    The frosty morning on Tuesday was nice

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  10. #34410
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    Rubbed one out
    Get some all the gapers are going to take the leaves off this weekend

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    Got some today before those gapes show up
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  12. #34412
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    Colorado Weather Discussion Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by The SnowShow View Post
    Got some today before those gapes show up
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    Confused. You and Fred are already there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Keystone is fucking lame. But, deadly.

  13. #34413
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    Quote Originally Posted by MotoBeak View Post
    They've been working on that for a few years. It is a bit odd looking, but its good to get all of that dead timber out of there. It does look like there should be a lift in there now. Last season Monarch mentioned it on instagram, telling people to be very careful of all of the downed trees if they ski over there.
    Found an article about what they have going on on Monarch pass. Sound pretty cool, no mention of the benefit to BC skiers though. Seriously, looks like a new ski area going in without lifts. Could be some pretty good skiing for a while till the saplings take over.
    https://heartoftherockiesradio.com/m...7xYafJhJutkMzo

  14. #34414
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    ^^^ thanks for posting. Seems the CTL approach for logging seems pretty cool and just happens to cut a nice run with minimal soil disturbance

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    Still lots of green, but Id guess this is prime time, for the next week.

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  16. #34416
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    Wondering if Wolf Creek would be candidate for the same thing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    Found an article about what they have going on on Monarch pass. Sound pretty cool, no mention of the benefit to BC skiers though. Seriously, looks like a new ski area going in without lifts. Could be some pretty good skiing for a while till the saplings take over.
    https://heartoftherockiesradio.com/m...7xYafJhJutkMzo

  17. #34417
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    How many leafs can a leaf-peeper peep when I-70 slows to a creep?

    Not mine, but worth a share.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovetoskiatalta View Post
    Dude its losers like you that give ski bums a bad rap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteDee View Post
    Wondering if Wolf Creek would be candidate for the same thing?
    seems like it would be a good idea. No Pueblo or Colorado Springs to kick in any money. I was just talking to the forest service guy who used to do the timber sales, going to forward him the article. Going to have to look closer at what is going on at Monarch next time I am up there. You tour down here?
    off your knees Louie

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFD View Post
    seems like it would be a good idea. No Pueblo or Colorado Springs to kick in any money. I was just talking to the forest service guy who used to do the timber sales, going to forward him the article. Going to have to look closer at what is going on at Monarch next time I am up there. You tour down here?
    Sounds like the program is a pilot so I assume if it's a success they'll replicate (of course not a safe assumption). And yea not as much $ but would think maybe the state would chip in. You won't be able to miss it - right now due to the fall line clear cut in stripes it looks like a forest zebra but have to imagine as the article states it's going to be a big positive down the line.

    Still recovering from an injury inbounds at wolf creek so for now I'm just a regular pass traveler who would love to see the area remediated before it burns.

  20. #34420
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    Now I remember your injury. Hope you are healing and can ski this winter. As for now and the trees lets just hope the snowpack continues to be deep enough to cover the deadfall. Wishing you the best on your recovery,
    off your knees Louie

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFD View Post
    Now I remember your injury. Hope you are healing and can ski this winter. As for now and the trees lets just hope the snowpack continues to be deep enough to cover the deadfall. Wishing you the best on your recovery,
    Thanks a ton for the wishes! I think I'm mostly there...hurdles probably half on the mental side for this season but I intend to lace em up.

    In weather news, seems like colors on the Peak to Peak were about 80% there yesterday. Covered almost 6 miles in Wild Basin in the afternoon and was nervous about crowds but barely saw anybody, guess when you can get your insta shots on the side of the road, why hike? Also - CO 7 is mostly closed from Lyons to Allenspark, no idea how I missed that.

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  22. #34422
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    Colorado Weather Discussion Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    Found an article about what they have going on on Monarch pass. Sound pretty cool, no mention of the benefit to BC skiers though. Seriously, looks like a new ski area going in without lifts. Could be some pretty good skiing for a while till the saplings take over.
    https://heartoftherockiesradio.com/m...7xYafJhJutkMzo

    Thanks for sharing this. Got to see it this weekend and impressive for sure. Hopefully they can replicate it elsewhere.

    Badass weekend down in the Ark valley. 6 sets of Billy Strings, river was fishing great, and a fantastic rip down Monarch Crest.


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    I secretly like leaf porn

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    Yesssss!!!!! Nice shots.

    this was the best one I got:

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    If we're gonna wear uniforms, we should all wear somethin' different!

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    Saturday, 4th of July road.

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