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Whaleback Mountain: Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Submitted on January 10, 2018 by rocket21 (748 Rating748)
Session SessionNight
Lift Ticket Ticket TypeDiscount from Ski Area
Lift Lines Lift Lines0 minutes
Snow Trail Conditions35% open; Packed Powder, Packed Powder
Glades GladesLooked like plenty of powder still.
Moguls MogulsUpper Face was wall to wall moguls, but inaccessible tonight.
Terrain Park Terrain Park(s)None
Run of the Day Run of the DayAmbergris
Food and Beverage Food and BeverageWent in for a snack at 6:30, but the food court was already closed.
Comments CommentsDid the $20 2 hour end of night ticket on the way back from Killington.

Nice packed powder conditions, but only two ways down open tonight. Lots of lights out, and the T-Bar was closed due to another deropement.

The two choices from the top were Ambergris and Dorsal, which were both nice packed powder. The lift unload and the turnoff for Dorsal were very dark. Beyond the Dorsal turnout, many lights were out, so Spout and The Face were closed.

The narrow chute at the bottom of Amebergris and Dorsal was ungroomed and not well lit, so it was pretty sketchy. Below that chute, one could either go down lower Spout (wall to wall coverage) or cross over to Scrimshaw.

With the T-Bar down, the two trails it serves were inaccessible (as was Lower Face, since Upper Face was closed).

The two tiny beginner lifts and slopes were open.

Sad to see the continued issues with the new lift, as well the perennial lighting issues (in addition to many bulbs being out, there was also a live bulb laying in the snow on The Face...one snowboarder opted to board the open trails with a headlamp on). Skied five runs before calling it a night.
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