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post #11 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-11-2009, 07:24 AM
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Just wondering when all your guys mountains close. Mine closes April 12.
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Well by mountain, which of the like 30 do you mean? Cuz a few can be open straight into late June on good years.
Can't you drive to the top of Colorado's tallest mountain? Must be good for road laps.
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My mountains (Mt Hood, Mt Rainier and Mt. Adams) never close. I hike for awesome turns all year long. As for the resorts on Mt. Hood though, Timberline shuts down for about 2 to 3 weeks in September after Labor day for lift maintenance and other than that it`s year round....
im coming up there this summer for sure

i'm in north cali so it will be well worth the drive
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im coming up there this summer for sure

i'm in north cali so it will be well worth the drive
Don't miss Shasta on your way up.
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Mid to late April here. Some resorts try to stay open for the big holiday week in May too.
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Can't you drive to the top of Colorado's tallest mountain? Must be good for road laps.
Yeah I should've been more specific. The resorts usually are done by June, but Colorado has lots of 14'ers you can drive up and the north sides can have decent snow year round.
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Just wondering when all your guys mountains close. Mine closes April 12.
ummm...i believe sometime in NEVER

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this sunday after that theres much more driving involved
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well a few are already closed. the other is a forecasted date of march 28th, then my season dies. it was a shit season this year

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