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Slope Report Summary

December 11

Trails/Lifts Open:  0 / 0
Base:  0"
Snowmaking:  No

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Monday, December 11, 2017

Snowmaking Update

Snowmaking has ceased as the temperatures are too high at this point.  Nice round of snowmaking by Wisp's Mountain Ops!  Check out these stats of snowmaking this season:

  • 37 million gallons pumped
  • 151 hours running the system
  • 1,052 man hours in snowmaking
  • Equating to an estimated 243 acre feet of snow

It's looking like we will fire up again later this evening.  In the meantime, spread the word to all of your non-skiing and non-snowboarding friends about our 3-Free-Learn-to Ski / Snowboard Program.

3-Free-Learn-to Ski / Snowboard Program.

Wisp Resort is on a mission to introduce more skiers and snowboarders to our industry.  What better way to do that then by making it FREE and EASY!?

Who:  First-time skiers or snowboarders ages 8+

What:  Free Learn-to Ski or Snowboard Package includes Learning Area Lift Ticket, Ski or Snowboard Equipment and Group Lesson

Where:  The Learning Center at Wisp Resort located in Sundown Village

When:  December 16 - 24, 2017  9am - 3pm

How:  Must register online at least 48 hours in advance.

Graduate:  Our goal is for all those beginner skiers and snowboarders to complete 3 learn-to ski or snowboard lessons.  After that, we will offer a $99 17.18 Winter Season Pass as well as a $99 seasonal equipment rental or a $299 Rossignol ski package or $199 Rossignol snowboard package.

Fine Print:  Limited availability.  One learn-to package per person per day.  Maximum of 3 learn-to packages per person.  After the group lesson, guests can upgrade to a full-access lift ticket for that day (based on available terrain) and extend rental equipment for the remainder of the day for $14.  Seasonal equipment offer based on availability and limited quantities.

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Last Edited by The Wisperer on Monday, December 11, 2017

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