Gore Mountain, NY: 11/28/10

At 10:20 on Sunday, Gore Mountain dropped the rope on Topridge, the first expert terrain of the season. There were some water bars to manage, and a few other irregularities.

Topridge opens

The temperature/humidity was right on the borderline for snowmaking, so surfaces weren’t silk you get when you make snow at 5 degrees. But it was the right kind of snow to be laying down as a base. No one was complaining and it was a blast skiing it. Pitch, swales and a very carvable surface.


3 comments on “Gore Mountain, NY: 11/28/10

  1. So Harv, what are you skiing on? Leather lace-ups and some old Karhus? Or did you finally get new stuff and not tell us about it?

  2. Nick… you’da ripped it. It was totally worth skiing. SBR … still limping on my barely alive K2 World Pistes. The good news is that my T2Xs came back from warranty repair in Seattle in time for the weekend.

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