Metal post sticking out 1 inch used to secure non-visible and the fully buried wooden snow fence in a middle of a cattrack. Still doing physio and haven't receive a green light for skiing yet. I was right above when I saw it, tried to avoid it, but straddled it and awkwardly fell and dislocated my elbow with a few other damages to ligaments and micro fractures.Was 'the post' a ski resort marker starting to show through the snowpack?
I'm going to be "that guy" and call BS. Pointless magic carpet opening (likely for at best one or two days to boot) is not an opening. Abasin could probably accomplish the same in August if it wanted to. Fun for them locally to get on the news, but certainly not actually notable or worth any larger consideration IMHO. Pretty soon I can just rent a couple shaved ice sno-cone makers and dump the 'snow' on the ground in my backyard and call myself an "open" ski area.
Found this numbers on Google.Average from the 60 indoor area (snow) with vertical numbers on SkiResort.info is 31.1m.
45 area have little or no detail.
SnoOslo is at 80m is an outlier and second biggest tied with one in China and France.
Ski Dubai is 85m has the biggest vertical.
BigSnow (36m) is 17th out of 60. Higher that all the indoors in the UK and Japan. The planned indoor area in Virginia is suppose to be 30m. Ten indoors are 50m or greater.