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post #141 of (permalink) Old 02-07-2013, 12:03 AM
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Originally Posted by crash77 View Post
Yes you do need a park pass in addition to a reg lift ticket. I think it's like 10 bucks extra tho. I went for the 1st time on MLK weekend. It was a madhouse but as stated before for that amount of people, the handle it well. I will say in the evening they start to close certain lifts which forces a convergence of riders onto the same trails. I did one night run and left, trails were over crowded. Other than that, no complaints at all. I will be revisiting!
yup it's 10 bucks extra i was going there, somebody actually stopped me, that was a bit weird, asked for a pass or something, i was like `here` he goes no this is extra....

along with mountain creek, camelback is one of the smallest mountains we have here
last week sunday i was there it snowed a lot that day so that was good but man camelback's runs are so short, you get down in like two seconds... i always found that to be annoying especially if you don't have patience like me

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