So, is there any truth to the limited chair operation for spring season ?
Stevens Pass never ceases to amaze me, the difference between how Duncan at BAKER runs the resort and the clowns at Stevens is night and day.
For the last 15 years, Stevens has done nothing but take stuff away, it used to be if you bought a season pass you got free skikeep, the lift ticket price has gone up $2 every year since, charge you to park in the upper lot (weekends/holidays), took three nights out of the week for night riding, the lockers used to be .50 cents (now $5, with a debt swipe machine , that half the time dont work) and now shutting down half of the chairs for spring operations, whats next Stevens ? I will always consider BAKER my home mtn, even though I haven't ridden there in 6-7 years, the fact that Duncans outlook is to make it more fun for his customers, allowing snowboards from day one and not nickel and dimeing people to death. I ride Stevens now and have had a midweek pass for 15+ years, I've made Stevens my home mtn strictly out of necessity (kids to pick-up from school), they've always been about the money and not the love of the sport/outdoors, but I guess when they are turning people around on weekends due to no parking, they really dont give a shit.
P.S. are we going to get at least one more storm before the end of the season ?