Today’s featured image is from Beech Mountain’s Facebook page. Kyle Beckmann took this spectacular photo.
A Pumpkin Spice watch is coming, and I am not talking about the Starbucks stuff.
On Sunday, I was scrolling through Twitter and something our own Brad Panovich tweeted grabbed my attention.
50-70% chance that temperatures will be below average sounds heavenly right now, and this weekend’s forecast certainly looks to be our first fall-feel weekend this season.
How sweet is that?
My second thought after seeing Brad’s tweet was “wow, it won’t be long until he is posting snowman-meters.”The march to the season keeps rolling on.
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Between the cooler temperatures, the countdown to the season, and all the news coming out of resorts, there is an excited buzz amongst our team.
As September comes to an end (goodness how are we already at the halfway point of the month), we will be sharing more news from the resorts as we start to learn exactly what ski season in the COVID-19 era will look like.
The first big piece of the “puzzle” so to speak fell yesterday as Snowshoe Mountain announced their target opening date as well as certain procedures for the upcoming season.
You can view the whole story by clicking here.
The biggest recommendation for Snowshoe (as well as any other resort that offers it) will be to have tickets in advance for the dates you are wanting to ski to guarantee access.
Another keynote is that season pass holders and Ikon Pass holders will not need reservations – so that might sway you to go ahead and get the pass this season.
All in all, it will be a great experience at 4848’ this season.
That does it for today, but until next time, #ThinkSnow and enjoy this weekend’s Pumpkin Spice weather!
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