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  1. #2151
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    Anyone know if meadows got the OK to replace MHX with a 6 chair lift?


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    my link from 2 pages ago is broken. it's still awaiting approval from the forest service iirc

  3. #2153
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    Anyone see the prices for the Fusion pass this year? Not sure what it was last year (free new subie passes) but this year it's $849. Pretty steep for not much steeps. Never thought I would see the day when Fusion pass was pricier than Meadows. I guess skiing isn't for the poors anymore.
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    The New and improved Oregon 2020/2021 Ski Season Thread

    Looks like MHM’s price for unlimited is currently $889 too…early price is no longer available — sold out

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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    Looks like MHM’s price for unlimited is currently $889 too…early price is no longer available — sold out
    I snagged mine in spring the day they became available.
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  6. #2156
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    No parking reservations at flachelor this season.....so far.
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  7. #2157
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sessiøn View Post
    I snagged mine in spring the day they became available.
    given this pricing strategy, will crowds be different this year?

  8. #2158
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    LOL at the Sprinter Owner Pass
    life ain't guaranteed, love your people while you can

  9. #2159
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    given this pricing strategy, will crowds be different this year?
    I didn't ski Meadows last year. But did non full chairs compound the perception of the crowding more than typical? And I do hope the poors are not in to skiing again.
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  10. #2160
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    The New and improved Oregon 2020/2021 Ski Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Sessiøn View Post
    I didn't ski Meadows last year. But did non full chairs compound the perception of the crowding more than typical? And I do hope the poors are not in to skiing again.
    Maybe a little. But it was also more than typical. Biggest crowds I’ve seen at Meadows.

    But also, the place still always clears out at some point and the mountain is all yours again.

  11. #2161
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    Looks like masks will be required at TLine and MHM this year.
    https://apple.news/A7pcVJX8ZR5GRat6y2C3MuQ

    Guessing MtB will be following suit
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  12. #2162
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    This should probably go in the NSFW thread, but since it has a local flare...

    Miracle Workers, The Oregon Trail, Season3- episode-9 Stranded

    They finally make it to Oregon. It's a must watch
    https://www.tbs.com/shows/miracle-wo...ode-9/stranded

  13. #2163
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    Quote Originally Posted by ::: ::: View Post
    given this pricing strategy, will crowds be different this year?
    I hope. I also hope they put 4 on a chair this year. It was brutal at times last season.


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  14. #2164
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    If covid cases don't slow down, a lot, I don't want to be with randos on the chair

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    I have a strong feeling this wave will have dropped of substantially by the time ski season starts but that doesn’t mean another one could not start by then.


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    Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years.
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    College football and schools…

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    Just noticed Hoodoo updated the site with a covid page

    https://skihoodoo.com/covid/

    Highlights-

    Access to the lodge is limited to employees only.

    Face coverings are required on all chairlifts, specifically in the lift line, loading area and unloading area. Guests should stay with their travelling party and load as a group. Lift attendants will not require guests to ride a chairlift with people they do not know.

    Face coverings are required in any shared space whether public or private when within 6 feet of another person. Face coverings are also required in the following situations:

    Inside the lodge at all times
    In a shared enclosed area both inside and outside, including lines for tickets, rentals, food and beverages
    Outside when a distance of 6 feet or more cannot be maintained.
    Before entering all ski lift lines
    As part of our COVID-19 policy, face coverings are required in any shared space when within 6 feet of another person. Face coverings — sorry, the cuff of your jacket, your hoodie pulled over your face or anything with holes or cutouts in the front are not acceptable — are also required in the following situations:

    1) In a shared enclosed area both inside and outside, including lines for tickets, rentals, food and beverages

    2) Outside when a distance of 6 feet or more cannot be maintained

    3) Before entering all ski lift lines
    Anyone not covering their mouth and nose with a face covering during the aforementioned situations may be subject to the following:

    1) A verbal warning by a staff member, who will also record your name and whether you have a season pass or a daily lift ticket. A note of the verbal warning will be kept at the front office. If you quickly cover your mouth and nose after being warned, you can continue on your way. If you refuse to cover your face and/or are hostile to employees or other guests after being warned, your season pass or lift ticket may be temporarily suspended without refund and you will be asked to leave Hoodoo immediately.

    2) If a staff member notices you not wearing a face covering after your first warning, your season pass or lift ticket may be temporarily suspended or revoked without refund and you will be asked to leave Hoodoo immediately. You also may not be allowed to return to Hoodoo for two week or more, subject to the discretion of the general manager.

    3) If your pass is suspended, you will be able to return to Hoodoo after meeting with the general manager and agreeing to comply with Hoodoo’s COVID-19 guidelines at all times. If your season pass or lift ticket is revoked due to hostile behavior toward staff or other guests, you may not be allowed to purchase season passes or lift tickets next season, subject to the discretion of the general manager.

  19. #2169
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    Bachelor 9.18.21
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  20. #2170
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    Top of Sunrise
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    Edit - shit, Jonesy beat me to it
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  21. #2171
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    Quote Originally Posted by steepconcrete View Post
    Just noticed Hoodoo updated the site with a covid page

    https://skihoodoo.com/covid/

    Highlights-

    Access to the lodge is limited to employees only.

    Face coverings are required on all chairlifts, specifically in the lift line, loading area and unloading area. Guests should stay with their travelling party and load as a group. Lift attendants will not require guests to ride a chairlift with people they do not know.

    Face coverings are required in any shared space whether public or private when within 6 feet of another person. Face coverings are also required in the following situations:

    Inside the lodge at all times
    In a shared enclosed area both inside and outside, including lines for tickets, rentals, food and beverages
    Outside when a distance of 6 feet or more cannot be maintained.
    Before entering all ski lift lines
    As part of our COVID-19 policy, face coverings are required in any shared space when within 6 feet of another person. Face coverings — sorry, the cuff of your jacket, your hoodie pulled over your face or anything with holes or cutouts in the front are not acceptable — are also required in the following situations:

    1) In a shared enclosed area both inside and outside, including lines for tickets, rentals, food and beverages

    2) Outside when a distance of 6 feet or more cannot be maintained

    3) Before entering all ski lift lines
    Anyone not covering their mouth and nose with a face covering during the aforementioned situations may be subject to the following:

    1) A verbal warning by a staff member, who will also record your name and whether you have a season pass or a daily lift ticket. A note of the verbal warning will be kept at the front office. If you quickly cover your mouth and nose after being warned, you can continue on your way. If you refuse to cover your face and/or are hostile to employees or other guests after being warned, your season pass or lift ticket may be temporarily suspended without refund and you will be asked to leave Hoodoo immediately.

    2) If a staff member notices you not wearing a face covering after your first warning, your season pass or lift ticket may be temporarily suspended or revoked without refund and you will be asked to leave Hoodoo immediately. You also may not be allowed to return to Hoodoo for two week or more, subject to the discretion of the general manager.

    3) If your pass is suspended, you will be able to return to Hoodoo after meeting with the general manager and agreeing to comply with Hoodoo’s COVID-19 guidelines at all times. If your season pass or lift ticket is revoked due to hostile behavior toward staff or other guests, you may not be allowed to purchase season passes or lift tickets next season, subject to the discretion of the general manager.
    Obviously going to be another season of masks in the lift line, but I''l take it over the alternatives.
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  22. #2172
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    Hey Dawg. Been Ranching all month. Getting the Jeep dialed.
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    Franklin Griffith Drake, age 93, son of the late Donald M. and Janet Drake, passed away peacefully on September 13, 2021.
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    Snow to 6300’
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    Trace on top of Hoodoo

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