Winter = laid-back vibe, world-class skiing and powder on 3,000+ acres, and a notable lack of crowds and lift lines. Summer = zip line tours, canopy tours, downhill and cross-country mountain biking, hiking, mountain-top dining, and alpine sliding.
small town with a big heart and big mountain
The Nachos @ Hellroaring saloon are huge!!
No one will tell you this, but the nachos at Ed & Mully's are every bit as good as the ones at Hellroaring Saloon, for less money, with less waiting, and you can eat them on a couch.
If John Dunnigan is ever playing on the mountain, you should definately go see him! Fun times
Ed and mullys has great food.
Great hike to the top!
Don't forget the 50% off Military discount (spouses too) on lift tickets and rentals!
I've heard that they are having the best snow and skiing conditions in years! Haven't made it up the mountain yet.
Spring/Summer transition seems off here. The mountain shuts down in the "mid-season". Ghost town until late June. Book early? This should be a destination.
Today is 6/16/12. Three weeks in, I can say that you can gamble w the weather and enjoy the spring, but it's the rainy season. Kinda worth it.
Take Big Mountain Express up and Big Ravine down. Long, wide, blue SPEED!
Skiing is a great way to exercise!!