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Mt. Rose

A great resort as long as “The Chutes” are open. Otherwise still great for beginner to advanced skier and boarder. Grooming to perfection. Experts are bored without “The Chutes.” This area will keep you busy if you ski there while the snow is good. Mid week it is usually quiet but weekends are rather […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Nevada|0 Comments

Turner Mountain

I didn’t know a lot about the mountain, but a friend told me to spend at least a day and promised that I’d like it. He was right; I really like it a lot.

In the middle of nowhere but sooooo gooood!

When you drive up the mountain, you might get the impression that you took […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Moonlight Basin

We didn’t have the best conditions to get the best impression of the resort. However, right after the first run we didn’t really like the resort. Lots of flat stuff as well as lots of trees where you can’t ski. If you buy the Lone Peak Pass, which is U$ 78 (2006) you can […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Montana Snowbowl

First big surprise was the parking lot. At 10:45 AM there were only a few hundred cars, and I could already see that there was almost nobody on the chair. Tickets are U$34 (2006).

Very icy road for the last 4 miles.

During the first ride on the chair I got the impression that there was […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Lost Trail

They have several slow double chairs. Everything seems to be very old, but the overall experience is good. The resort is only open Thursday to Sunday, which usually gives you a great chance to ski powder every Thursday. There is tree skiing, some of it very good, while other areas are too tight. The […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Discovery

Once again, a great, very quiet resort. At 9am, only 12 skiers were waiting for the opening and despite the fact that it was Sunday, it was quiet all day. Never anyone in front of you and nobody on the way down. According to locals, it can be a bit busier, but only during […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Bridger Bowl

I got to ski this resort on two epic powder days. Based on this experience the general description would be by far too good. I had a blast on this mountain. The first day we had waist-deep powder. The locals call it “cold smoke” when you experience some of the best and driest powder […]

By |November 2nd, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Big Sky

Considering it was a Sunday, this resort was deserted. No lines all day with the exception of the tram where we had to wait 25min. We spent all morning in the area of the “Challenger Chair,” and after lunch we went to the Peak of Lone Mountain. Just before the lifts closed we made […]

By |October 31st, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Whitefish – (Big Mountain)

Name changed from Big Mountain to Whitefish.

This resort is much better than expected. Waist amount of tree skiing—unfortunately some of it a bit tight. Steep to very steep gladded runs, cliffs, and wide open runs. Grooming to perfection all over the mountain. On a scale from 1 to 10, a 10!

This resort is for […]

By |October 31st, 2014|Montana|0 Comments

Tamarack

What a great resort. Not one of the best but where do you get the newest, fastest high-speed quads all over the mountain, empty parking lot, friendly staff, reasonable prices for food, drinks, and even the day pass for “only” U$ 45 (2008).

I just don’t know how they intend to make money. They are […]

By |October 31st, 2014|Idaho|0 Comments