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Sunday, January 25, 2015

Freestyle Double Cross - 1st of 3 great events

Welcome Freestyle Double Cross & USASA participants!  We might get a few inches of snow overnight tonight into tomorrow…perhaps you should spend the night and play hooky from work tomorrow???

Freestyle Double Cross – registration 10am at Freestyle in the Mountain Inn.  Course inspection at 11am, riders meeting at 11:30am, event starts at 12.  For more info visit this page -

OPEN with day and night sessions, skiing and riding on a machine groomed surface.  

Hours:  9am-9pm.    

Rates:  Weekend/Holiday rates

Open Trails:  25 trails open – 100%

Lifts:  5 lifts open – Potato Patch, Blue Ridge Express, Loggers Alley, Big Acorn and Highlands Express.

Surface:  40-60 inch machine groomed base.

Terrain Park:  The Progression Park is open with: small battleship rail, small pole jam, small down box, long arm pole jam, 30ft pipe, “A” frame rail, small propane tank, small down rail, small and medium jump…  The Advanced Park is open with: 2 – 20ft pipes one flat and one down, large propane tank, 30ft down pipe, up propane tank, up box, “A” frame box, small down box and a small flat box, a snow box and small, medium and large jumps.  NOTE: Main Park will be closed today for the Freestyle Double Cross & USASA events. 

Tubing:  Open with sessions from 9:00am until 8:30pm.  Sessions often sellout, you can purchase tickets in advance here:

Ridgelys Fun Park:  Open Saturday, Sunday and Holiday Mondays with sessions from 11am-4pm

Snowmaking:Overnight snowmaking will resume when temperatures permit.  Below normal temperatures are forecasted to return early next week and hang around for 7-10 days.  We plan to slowly build up base depths so we can ski and ride through March.  

Last Edited by The Mountain Messenger on Sunday, January 25, 2015

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