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I remember that spring pass shenanigan, lucky for me I was busy getting ACL/meniscus surgery so I wasn't too as upset as I would have normally been. That would be insane if they made a multi pass like that, although I know they already have the pass that Ski Washington people get that's good at ALL resorts in Washington.

So really all you need to do is blow one of the higher ups in the Ski WA operation and you're good to go.
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I'm still holding out that in the next year, or two the owners of stevens will consolidate the resort management and we'll get a 3 mt pass with stevens, crystal and Snoqualmie.
You'd think that since the same company owns them all it would be a no-brainer. The problem I see is that they want to capitalize income while they're still building up all three resorts, thus all three having their own passes. I'd say in the next 5-10 years is more likely than the next 1-2 years. I'd love for them to prove me wrong though.

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The mgmt. company at stevens had a preexisting contract and the new owners agreed/decided to honor that. Once that expires I can't imagine they won't bring in Boyne. The bigger issue may be the inability to develop lodging in that area, puts a major cap on (financial) growth potential.
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Crazy they're opening today! Hope you got your hiking legs under ya for the hike back up from Green Valley! Either that or a split. If I had a rock split, I might have considered it. Core shots galore!

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Didn't have a split, but luckily didn't need one. Did one hike back up green valley and then took a run with some crystal locs down to nearly the bottom. Only had about a 7 minute hike to the gondola again but it took some maneuvering. Blew out an edge on my rock board and got a few core shots, but hey that's what a rock board is for aye?

I was actually was first in line and Chadwick the local snaked me when I went to grab my ticket. I do get to claim first civilian gondola, and got to ride completely untracked pow linesf all day long so I'm not complaining
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Right on! Saw some pics Crystal posted to FB, looked like a fun time. Kept checking the webcam all day too watching you lucky fools get some turns.

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When i heard that crystal was open at work today was a pleasant surprise, a good kick in the butt to get ready for the season ahead!!!
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That's fucking awesome!!! Mad jealous
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DAMN I wish
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