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High Noon to open tomorrow (Monday)

Discussion in 'Thredbo' started by choc, Jun 17, 2007.

  1. choc

    choc One of Us

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    Top to bottom in the second week of the season. Just goes to show what snowmaking can do.

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  2. hongomania

    hongomania One of Us

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    mmmm my post i just put up would have to disagree with your enthusiasm on thredbos snowmaking capabilities....
     
  3. Pedestrian

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    wouldnt like to be skiing the bottom by 4pm tomorrow. although with snow developing late in the arvo itll be fine from then on in. interesting that they didnt just wait a day or two. from a marketing perspective however, in a season 3 months long every day is crucial.
     
  4. jebskulker

    jebskulker Hard Yards

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    I'll take this as good news seeing I'm going down on Wed night until Sunday. I think the Supertrail was going to be the main if not only option but this is promising, especially with snow forecasted for the next few days or so.