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Your favorite resort reveal

ski diva

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I'm stealing this from Ski The East's FaceBook page because it's such a fun thread, especially for a hot summer day:

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What's your favorite mountain reveal?
 
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I love this! I have a couple for Sun Valley. You don't get a good view of the mountain when you are coming in to town, but once you are in Ketchum you look left and see it and get excited.

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And then we turn on to Sun Valley Road and see the barn, and know we are almost to the lodge, and that is always very exciting LOL.

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ski diva

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I have an airplane reveal of Snowmass, too, that I think is pretty amazing:

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Here's another good one. This is Saddleback Mountain in Maine, taken in early March when we were driving home from Diva East. Saddleback has been closed for a few years, but it's supposed to re-open in the coming season. Fingers crossed.

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And this is from my last day of skiing this season (March 11). It's Stratton, Vermont:

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Après Skier

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I have an airplane reveal of Snowmass, too, that I think is pretty amazing:
What a fantastic photo! Could very well be used as a trail map.
Saddleback has been closed for a few years, but it's supposed to re-open in the coming season. Fingers crossed.
Saddleback Maine appears to have some wonderful terrain. It breaks my heart to see this beautiful ski area in mothballs. I checked their website and they are offering 3-day “test drive” passes for $135 through the end of August ( $120 for anyone under 29 y.o., students, and seniors). This in itself is good deal and can even be used as credit toward a full season pass which includes 2-days at Jay Peak. Super seniors (80+) can purchase an annual pass for $30. The website mentions the resort’s commitment to fair pricing with the goal of keeping skiing accessible to all. Sounds like the type business model deserving of our support. I wish them great success in re-opening and remaining open.
 
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A couple from my first trip ever to ski Oregon during late season in May 2018. Can see stand alone volcanos from a long ways away. Very different from most of the Rockies or the northeast.

Driving towards Mt. Bachelor from Sun River
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Driving towards Mt. Hood from the south, first view was over 30 minutes before we got to the base
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