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Old 12-09-2012, 09:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bad: It rained today.

Good: Open for nights starting Wednesday.

Kind of a cool deal. Offering half price ($15) night tickets to anyone on Wednesday and Thursday. Then on Fri, Sat, Sun offering half price night tickets to anyone with a pass from another ski area.

Details: Night Operations Start Wednesday | Mount Hood Meadows Ski Resort

Hope it cools off and we get some precip for a great start to nights. Nothing better than riding at night in a blizzard, love it.

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Old 12-10-2012, 01:05 AM   #2 (permalink)
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There will be wolves (or at leas a wolf) prowling about in the shadows of the trees too!
Alright, here's a dumb city guy question, are there really wolves lurking in the trees at these resorts? I mean I assume there is plenty of wildlife out there but would think they'd be deeper out of bounds.
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Old 12-10-2012, 10:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Their are black bears at baker and at times wondering around on the groomed, in march and april.
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Interesting question. 30 years ago the answer would be easy.

I would pick Anthony Lake or Spout Springs as the Oregon ski area most likely to spot a wolf. Pretty close to the Walla Walla and Wenaha packs.
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Thanks for the interesting insight!

I love cutting through treed areas and it would totally suck to encounter a pack of wolves as unlikely as that might be, although it would be awesome to encounter Snowolf himself
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rg, add elk to your list...ya don't want to run into one.
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