I'm gonna go for a quick burn tomorrow morning if the sun comes out. Will get bored in a couple of hours with what terrain is left...…….Looks different this morning... Is anyone still up there?
(PS - if I had any IT skills I would post the current web cam that doesnt change...)
Was nice early on. Got tracked for us pretty quickly given lack of lifts running, school hols and my kids terrain limitations. Still skied really nicely from top to bottom of what was available this morning though. Bit wet lower down now. As long as it doesn't get too much wetter it should groom up well tonight I think. Good fun snow for this time of year for sure.Looks different this morning... Is anyone still up there?
Going home so here’s a few on my last ride. Essentially there wouldn’t be much in the way of skiing if it wasn’t for snowmaking.Pics pls...
Bourke street will have enough, itll just be a bit tight at the bottomAfter today, is there still enough snow for anything to be open tomorrow?
Daughter (who skis) has picked up a 2nd hand board and wants to try that for the first time. Would just be very slow Bourke St laps for us.
I have a season pass so $$ for lift passes, etc isn't an issue. More to the point - is it worth going at all?
Its all changed, its now becoming a giant half pipe, the biggest in the world. Water for snowmaking will be trucked in
No it was always at the top but yeah I reckon the scale is something we weren’t necessarily anticipating.Where exactly is the new dam going? I thought it was at the Boggy Creek bottom station, but they're doing a lot of digging up top. Or is the whole thing just a lot bigger than I thought?