The Boyne's 1-31-09

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The Boyne's 1-31-09

Postby mikesathome » Sun Feb 01, 2009 10:55 am

Decided to ski both Boyne's in one day (not really a hard thing to do)

Started off at Boyne MT, had a fresh 2" or 3" of lake effect snow, calm winds, and very light crowds.
Skiing was mostly packed powder with a few spots of ice here and there.
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the warming hut @ high noon


Boyne highlands was a little better with less ice and a little more new snow compared to Boyne MT

Boyne MT Meadows Chairlift, the higher speed quad, fixed grip, conveyor load lift.


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Re: The Boyne's 1-31-09

Postby Admin » Sun Feb 01, 2009 8:38 pm

mikesathome wrote:Boyne MT Meadows Chairlift, the higher speed quad, fixed grip, conveyor load lift.


Hey! You let an empty chair go by! :lol:

Alta put one of those doohickeys on the Supreme lift this winter. It doesn't seem like they've yet increased the line speed, though.
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Re: The Boyne's 1-31-09

Postby irishskier » Mon Feb 02, 2009 8:52 pm

Was at the Highlands that day as well, a bunch of freshies, what a blast!
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