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|09-09-2016 03:35 PM|
Hot tubs kinda gross me out
12 beers might change my mind though
|09-09-2016 03:02 PM|
Mt Bohemia is building a hostel and the largest hot tub in the UP.
Michigan ski resort builds first hostel in Midwest, largest hot tub in the U.P. | MLive.com
|09-01-2016 04:16 PM|
Cab also gets 50% off at Crystal. Arguably the weekend pass is only good for weekend 50% off, but in my experience last year they didn't pay that much attention to it, but it's moot for me anyways.
Cannonsburg's pass is $269, so I'll be getting one of those, too.
|09-01-2016 02:57 PM|
Just saw that Nubs is 10% off right now- $526.50 for adults and $323.10 for college passes.
Crystal Mountain is on sale until 09-08-2016: $339 for adults and $199 for college.
|09-01-2016 02:39 PM|
Cab's early bird sale is done, now Mt. Holly's 20% sale takes their pass "down" to $460. Swiss Valley is 33% off right now, $269 for an adult season pass.
Still no word on the Boyne college pass.
|08-31-2016 09:11 AM|
|david_z||Yep gotta buy mine today...|
|08-30-2016 12:19 PM|
|sabatoa||Reminder that the Caberfae season pass sale ends soon. Looking forward to that new lift improving things.|
|08-25-2016 08:43 PM|
I've got 14 years with the company and I couldn't get a week of vacation in the summer if my life depended on it. (...fortunately, I'm not a sand & surf kind of guy and want all 4 weeks of my vacation in the snow!)
Even then,.. Some weeks are full up and unavailable to bid. (...February this time around was all full except a couple of mondays.)
|08-25-2016 10:57 AM|
7 hours is a hike no doubt, I feel like I would try to get at least 3 days on the slopes with that much drive time.
Last year, went to Pennsylvania, it was about 6 hours to Blue Knob. We left at 530am, got there around noon, rode until 4ish. Rode Saturday at Springs and also Sunday; Sunday we rode until ~3pm and were home by 9.
But that's nothing!! When we've gone to Bohemia in the past we leave around 9pm, figuring a 10 hour drive which can easily be 12+ if the roads are bad. If all goes well, you arrive at 7am, get an hour or two of "sleep" in the parking lot (or just suck down 64 oz of coffee and chain-smoke...), and then ride from open-to-close. Then ride another full day, and the third day usually until around 2pm, with the aim of getting home by midnight.
Did the same thing driving to Tremblant QC in '09 although on the way home we stopped about halfway, outside of Kingston, to break up the drive.
That is about as much as I'm willing to put myself through. 12 hours in a car or truck is no joke.
|08-25-2016 10:47 AM|
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