TIMBERLINE 2022-2023
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swoop
2 months ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
40 posts
Well, since we may be 10 days away yet from turning the guns on, let's start the T'line thread!
Patf1engineer
2 months ago
Member since 01/23/2018 🔗
38 posts
Long range forecast looks better starting around the 13th, although daytime highs are still low 40s at least in Davis 
wgo
2 months ago
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Really hoping for a Thanksgiving preview weekend like they did last season. Fingers crossed!
Moe Gull
2 months ago
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20 posts
50s and 60s forecasted in the next week, hopefully temps will drop and there will be snow for turkey time there!
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superguy
2 months ago
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Same in the Laurel Highlands, unfortunately, I guess in both cases it'll depend on management's aggressiveness with snowmaking. 

Patf1engineer wrote:

Long range forecast looks better starting around the 13th, although daytime highs are still low 40s at least in Davis 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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Someone mentioned night skiing at Timberline in another thread.  The website has Winter Season Hours starting on Jan. 2 going to 8pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, with the lift to the summit closing at 4:30pm as usual.  Will also be night skiing during holiday periods.
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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Discovered that the first weekend of Jan, Feb, and Mar will be College Weekends.  Listed under Events on the Timberline website.

"Present your current, valid college ID at the ticket window to receive special college pricing: Daily lift tickets for $60.00 for a single day, $55.00 each for two days, or $50 for all three days; ski or snowboard rentals for $29 for a single day or $24 each for 2-3 days."

MitchSH
2 months ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
52 posts
Based on the current long range forecast for the rest of November, there is no question that Timberline will be able to open by Thanksgiving, or earlier, if they want to. Last year they opened the weekend after Thanksgiving with a very limited weather window to make snow. 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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Not really about Timberline, but it turns out that Perfect North in southeast Indiana will have a new blue trail and more lights for the 2022-23 season.  The new trail is on one side of the lower mountain and can be access from two lifts.  There is a video with drone footage on their website.

https://perfectnorth.com/ella-mae-way

Thefirewarde
2 months ago
Member since 09/17/2015 🔗
104 posts
We should see some snowmaking tonight if they're going to run during this window.
snapdragon
2 months ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
game on
MitchSH
2 months ago
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52 posts

Just peeked at the Timberline webcams, and they are blowing snow!

mounthoya - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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Think they’ll open by this weekend?  Snowcams previewing winter wonderland 
snapdragon
2 months ago
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221 posts

probably not this weekend as temps moderate late week...look for turkey on the hill though

Thefirewarde
2 months ago
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Seconded about the Thanksgiving weekend opening being likely. They'll have time to advertise once they're sure they'll make it without blowing out a main or losing power or something. They can get more snowmaking done this coming week without worrying about skiers in the way. And they can't get bragging rights for first in the Southeast (not that they usually would - Cat and Sugar are *really* aggressive).
snapdragon
2 months ago
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looks like at least 120 straight hours of snowmaking temps after the real cold fills in late wed...see you on the 25th...yew!!!
snapdragon
2 months ago
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there is a blizzard on cabin mtn...until tues
mounthoya - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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Game on.  Get those skis/boards waxed.  Opening this Wednesday for preview day.  Some warmer temps expected but they’ve been making snow all day. 1668809538_zoqklonyudhl.jpg

padjaski68
2 months ago
Member since 01/21/2016 🔗
84 posts

Serious firepower. All night skiing terrain being covered! Plus Twister, kudos to them.

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oldensign - DCSki Columnist
2 months ago
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The T-line website is claiming almost 70% open for turkey weekend!  Trying to decide between snowshoe and timberline.... tough choice. 

superguy
2 months ago
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494 posts
Where on their website? Didn't see it.
Patf1engineer
2 months ago
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I actually saw it on their facebook page.  Looking at the cams they have Dew Drop pushed out and they said that Twister and Salamander would be open along with White Lightening.  You can see whales on white Lightening on the cam but they have not been pushed out yet. 
wgo
2 months ago
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 I did not see anything on their website, but they did post something to their FB page on Saturday saying "60% to 70% of terrain available, including...Salamander, Twister, White Lightning, and Dew Drop". 

60%-70% of their 20 runs with snowmaking means 12-14 runs, which of course includes the shorter runs down from mid station, probably a couple of the short green "runs" on top, etc. But even having the 4 top to bottom runs listed above is impressive for the end of November.

superguy wrote:

Where on their website? Didn't see it.
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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These days Facebook and Instagram are much more likely to have the latest info about snowmaking status during early season.  Updating websites is rarely a high priority for small ski resorts like Timberline or Cataloochee.  The GM is more likely to be out helping with snowmaking or grooming than spending time on social media.
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nickhaas212
2 months ago
Member since 11/13/2019 🔗
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And Timberline takes the cake for most trails open out of everyone for opening day! More than Snowshoe!

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Blue Don 1982 - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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Awesome!!!!  For some reason, they dropped it to 14 on the current report  I wonder why?

PS - Snowshoe has 16 open but I'm just happy so many places are open.
wgo
2 months ago (edited 2 months ago)
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 Really great for WV skiing to have 2 good options for Thanksgiving weekend. Looks like a good selection of runs for Snowshoe, including the blues Spruce, Gandy, and lower Ballhooter. I think usually for Thanksgiving they have Gandy or Spruce and a few greens.

RE: the number of TL runs, I would guess someone just miscounted and needed to do a quick manual update to the website.

Blue Don 1982 wrote:

Awesome!!!!  For some reason, they dropped it to 14 on the current report  I wonder why?

PS - Snowshoe has 16 open but I'm just happy so many places are open.
Patf1engineer
2 months ago
Member since 01/23/2018 🔗
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Conditions pretty much as expected. Little bumpy and rough with some death cookies but good coverage. For time of year and first day it’s very good. 

One other thing I was not aware of - they are now cashless. 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
2 months ago
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Patf1engineer wrote:

Conditions pretty much as expected. Little bumpy and rough with some death cookies but good coverage. For time of year and first day it’s very good. 

One other thing I was not aware of - they are now cashless. 

 In addition to being cashless, can have credits on the RFID card used for lift access.  Last season they let me use credits from the previous season.  The first time I got a credit was when I and my ski buddy did a day trip from Massanutten.  We got a credit for stopping before 12:30.  The credit could be used for food or in the shop.  Was good for ice cream before we hit the road.

wojo
2 months ago
Member since 01/17/2005 🔗
327 posts

marzNC wrote:

Patf1engineer wrote:

Conditions pretty much as expected. Little bumpy and rough with some death cookies but good coverage. For time of year and first day it’s very good. 

One other thing I was not aware of - they are now cashless. 

 In addition to being cashless, can have credits on the RFID card used for lift access.  Last season they let me use credits from the previous season.  The first time I got a credit was when I and my ski buddy did a day trip from Massanutten.  We got a credit for stopping before 12:30.  The credit could be used for food or in the shop.  Was good for ice cream before we hit the road.

 No ice yet :-), good amount of people but never had a line longer that a minute.  4 top to bottom runs.  No lines in the ticket office as I passed through.  Lots of staff at the lift to manage things.  Ripped through 19 runs in 3 hours and my thighs said no to run 20, my earliest opening day yet, previous was a Black Friday several years ago.

Well executed by Timberline, maybe even say it was a "perfect" day.     

snapdragon
2 months ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
white lightening blowover was off the chain once the rain stopped at noon...went from pouring rain at dawn to lifting fog at noon to blue sky afternoon...yew!
wgo
one month ago
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Made it out to Timberline this past Saturday. Gorgeous bluebird day, mid-40's, conditions a bit variable but still super fun. Decent sized crowd, but never more than a minute wait for the lift.
snapdragon
one month ago
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221 posts
the cabin mtn mojo has commenced...blizzard conditions...make friday a funday...yew!
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago
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Anyone stay at the Alpine Lodge in Davis lately?  How about the Billy Motel?  I know about Canaan Valley Lodge and the Blackwater Lodge.  The Timberline Hotel requires a 2 night stay.  Trying to decide where to stay for a night in early January.  Driving over from Massanutten to ski Timberline for a couple days with a friend.
wojo
one month ago
Member since 01/17/2005 🔗
327 posts
Alpine is fine.  Was clean and warm for me.  Felt like a 1960's motel.  It served the purpose of a place to sleep.
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago
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wojo wrote:

Alpine is fine.  Was clean and warm for me.  Felt like a 1960's motel.  It served the purpose of a place to sleep.

 That works for me.  The 1960s was the first decade I can remember staying in motels in the northeast on driving trips with my parents and older brother.  Thanks.

wgo
one month ago
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I've stayed at the Billy Motel a few times and liked it. Rooms are a bit small but very well kept. There is a fun lobby area where you can get drinks and light food - last year they were renovating this area, so you might want to check the status of that.

If you end up staying at Alpine Lodge I would be curious to get your impressions. I have never stayed there but I would also be fine with a place that is dated but clean.

Another possibility you can look into (at a higher price point) is the Inn at Canaan.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago
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wgo wrote:

I've stayed at the Billy Motel a few times and liked it. Rooms are a bit small but very well kept. There is a fun lobby area where you can get drinks and light food - last year they were renovating this area, so you might want to check the status of that.

If you end up staying at Alpine Lodge I would be curious to get your impressions. I have never stayed there but I would also be fine with a place that is dated but clean.

Another possibility you can look into (at a higher price point) is the Inn at Canaan.

 Good to know.  I haven't spent any time in town so being in Davis is a plus for this trip.  The Alpine website mentions recent renovations, but I don't know if that means in 2022 or work done a few years ago.

Rickh
one month ago
Member since 12/2/2004 🔗
160 posts
I've heard the rooms at the Billy are very nice. But, I'll jump in on the bar. They did a renovation and if you haven't been there since, you will be amazed. They blew the back of the old bar out and its now 4 times larger if not more. Great vibe. Large bar and booth seating. Personally, the best bar in the area.
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts

clear calm and 20 on the front porch in town...it's showtime baby...yew!

snapdragon
one month ago
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the billy's used to be terry's front porch...it was all pink in '87...$30/night got you a warm bed hot shower cable and a phone...2 day tline pass $50...the original $100 weekend and where it really began for me...yew!
bryantfsu93
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 01/29/2021 🔗
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Any thoughts on conditions Sunday?  It looks like a good bit of rain tomorrow then a refreeze.  I can't wait to hit the slopes but that sounds like conditions could be crummy.

Today was the day to be on the slope, dang work.

snapdragon
one month ago
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what every surfer hates and has to hear...dude you should have been here yesterday
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago
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Timberline has posted a calendar on their home page that shows lifts will be open Fri-Sun until Dec. 18 for sure.  Won't be open Mon-Thu, Dec. 5-8 and perhaps the following Mon-Thu too.  That will allow full-on snowmaking midweek whenever possible until mid-December.
MitchSH
one month ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
52 posts
Skied Timberline yesterday and they have huge bases on their open terrain, looks like three to six feet to me. Heading over again today for some soft spring like skiing and looks like tomorrow will be groomed hardpack with maybe some fresh man made snow if they turn the guns on tonight. Get it before the crowds show up later in the month. 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago (edited one month ago)
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For Dec. 9-12, there are specials available.  Hard to say if they will apply the following weekend or not.

Join us this weekend for skiing & snowboarding Friday, Saturday, and Sunday! Lift Tickets are available for online and in-person purchase!

ALL SEASON PASSES VALID THIS WEEKEND
[Bronze & Silver Passholders - Please see the Ticket Office before you get out on the slopes to activate Weekend usage.]

GOLD PASSES BRING A FRIEND FOR 50% OFF
[Bring your Gold Pass and a friend to the ticket office to get 50% off a lift ticket for them! Limit 1 per person per day.]

HAPPY HOUR PRICING ALL WEEKEND @ THE SLIPPERY SLOPE

swoop
one month ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
40 posts

Awesome day Friday at Timberline - skiing the Bronze pass this year.  Snow held up well- variety of conditions, but all nice snow as partly cloudy skies gave way to a bluebird day that saw temps climb to the 50's.  This is looking down White Lightning.  Lapped all day until 3 when we had had enough.  Did I miss any DC skiers out there...?

... Timberline continues to impress, with fantastic coverage, excellent grooming, friendly, upbeat staff.  Keep it up Team Perfect!

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snapdragon
one month ago
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221 posts

right side mowing grass...yew!

JimK - DCSki Columnist
one month ago
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Swoop flew the coop.  Nice!
snapdragon
one month ago
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clear calm and 20 at sunrise in town...blizzard conditions continue to envelope cabin mtn...jack frost fuzzies fade...epic day on offering in the majestic potomac highlands...yew!
swoop
one month ago
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 Nice to hear from you Jim and continue to enjoy reading your posts and TR's.  I look forward to bumping into you this season.  Let's make it a powder day!

JimK wrote:

Swoop flew the coop.  Nice!
MitchSH
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
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Sunday was another awesome day at Timberline. They made enough snow overnight to make the slopes powdery and most of the powder lasted all day. Twister and White Lightning were both wonderful. Seems like they are making more snow on skiers right of White Lightning than the last two years,  and that is where the best skiing was today. 1670199779_pdqbcjdmubic.jpg

bryantfsu93
one month ago
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Agree on Sunday conditions, really couldn't ask for better man made early season snow.  We skied until our legs gave out, no lines, no crowds.

Having Twister open this early also takes a good bit of pressure off Dew Drop.  

Rickh
one month ago
Member since 12/2/2004 🔗
160 posts
They moved a few of the guns into the slope to help the coverage on the skiers right on White lighting. Plus, put new "longer throw" guns on White Lighting. So, that is improving the coverage. I also understand they are planning to let the area to the skiers left under the guns bump up this year.
MitchSH
one month ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
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It would be great if they let the left side of WL bump up after covering the whole slope, but I hope that means they will keep either the Drop or Off the Wall groomed for most of the season. 

wgo
one month ago
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 In general I am more in favor of keeping OTW as an advanced bump run. The problem, of course, is that the inevitable thaw/refreeze cycle can lead to some pretty tough conditions.

MitchSH wrote:

It would be great if they let the left side of WL bump up after covering the whole slope, but I hope that means they will keep either the Drop or Off the Wall groomed for most of the season. 

oldensign - DCSki Columnist
one month ago
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 I mowed that grass Friday. I thought it was soft on that slide, it was frozen, lost the board, and slid to the trees.

And this is why I wear padded pants while snowboarding 

snapdragon wrote:

right side mowing grass...yew!

snapdragon
one month ago
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must not have set your blade right...never lost a carve over 3 days of mowing
MitchSH
one month ago
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Wonderful soft, hero snow conditions at Timberline today.   Never got sticky or too slow. All the slopes skied nicely the entire day and had plenty of coverage. 

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wgo
one month ago
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Great! Looks like they have done a great job keeping 4 top to bottom runs open. Hopefully the cold next week materializes and they can push to open more terrain.
chaga
one month ago
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600 posts

milk it boi! :) 

snapdragon wrote:

must not have set your blade right...never lost a carve over 3 days of mowing
chaga
one month ago
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i have a feeling the snapdragon is in these? and the most entusiastic rider on the hill x100!  


snapdragon wrote:

right side mowing grass...yew!

Timothy.grasso
one month ago
Member since 11/20/2018 🔗
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No snow making last night. Going to Timberline tomorrow! Hoping they have a little refreshing snow making time tonight.

Of course, Canaan is blowing a ton of snow on the lower mountain.. strange business strategy!

MitchSH
one month ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
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Don’t worry they do a fantastic grooming job. They will have great snowmaking weather starting Friday, I plan to ski there this Sunday. 
chaga
one month ago (edited one month ago)
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 Amen, they run a top notch operation that makes top notch quality powder snow. Those folks run an operation in Indiana that has 5X the amount of skiers coming through the doors as they do here, so they know exactly how to run a good business.   Sometimes conditions like hummidity level, dew points or inversions can play a big part in making good quality snow, so they know exactly when to flip the switch that is capable of covering a majority of the mountain with sweet fluff almost overnight :)   Couldnt have possibly been a better company to take over that mountain. We are blessed to have them here! 

MitchSH wrote:

Don’t worry they do a fantastic grooming job. They will have great snowmaking weather starting Friday, I plan to ski there this Sunday. 
Timothy.grasso
one month ago
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I have enjoyed each time I have skied there!  Just was hoping for a little refresh but the current conditions looks strong and any time skiing in December is a plus in my book.
Thefirewarde
one month ago
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Canaan is electrically limited on the upper mountain - they *should* have plenty of air water guns to run up there, but they make interesting decisions occasionally.
BrianLing
one month ago (edited one month ago)
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Looks like 14 inch storm coming to tline Thursday. 6 over nighy and another 8 day time Thursday. If forecast holds true that’d be an awesome power day!

When do they groom trails typically? If they groom right after closure Thursday morning should have plenty pow on the ground

snapdragon
one month ago
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you can't see it from the cams but you can from the top of canaan heights...cvr has blown their green from the top...mystery solved
snapdragon
one month ago
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i like that forecast...where did you get it
meredithb_14
one month ago
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What is the difference between Timberline and Canaan Valley? Looking for some places to lodge at either one and some of these spots on vrbo are unclear if its timberline or canaan valley.  Also, how is the drive up to Timberline? Is it like snowshoe where theres a 10 mile uphill climb (dont mind the climb up to snowshoe but i have a smaller car)? 

Thanks!

snapdragon
one month ago
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virtually nothing except canaan has not opened yet...they are both on the same eastern ridge of canaan valley with tline on cabin mtn and cvr on weiss knob...whitegrass cross country resort is nestled between them...davis and thomas are around 12 miles away and the valley is served by an excellent wvdot crew...both from the northern and southern end...the ride into the valley is nowhere near the trek up to the shoe...flat roads in the valley off 32 to the resorts...enjoy after sat as there could be 6" of fresh upslope after the rain/ice event...yew!
snapdragon
one month ago
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other differences

tline high speed 6 pack with padded seats and fixed grip quad to midstation...cvr fixed grip quad with midstation unload then to top and triple to top with plastic seats

tline 1000' vert...most runs are top to bottom with consistent pitch except the blacks that are steep then run out to the flats...cvr 850` vert with lots of flats spots

both have a looong green beginner from the top

both areas get the same amount of snow but the meadows at cvr are the sheeite after a dump

i'm not a xc skier but whitegrass is one of the top 5 xc ski areas in the usa and an excellent place to ski snowshoe eat and visit

Evans Dad - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago
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meredithb_14 wrote:

What is the difference between Timberline and Canaan Valley? Looking for some places to lodge at either one and some of these spots on vrbo are unclear if its timberline or canaan valley.  Also, how is the drive up to Timberline? Is it like snowshoe where theres a 10 mile uphill climb (dont mind the climb up to snowshoe but i have a smaller car)? 

Thanks!

 If you're asking about the difference with regard to location, both are located in Canaan Valley.  If the VRBO is saying they are located in Timberline, that's the gated subdivision that is on the same mountain as Timberline.  If they are saying Canaan Valley, then it could be anywhere in the valley, i.e. anywhere along 32 south of Davis and north of CVR.  But Timberline subdivision is also considered Canaan Valley. 

If you are staying somewhere in Canaan Valley, once you are on 32 there shouldn't be any issues getting to the Timberline Mountain.  Not like at Snowshoe.  But there are some rental properties that are hard to access in winter without AWD or chains, so if you're concerned you should vet the properties location.

Patf1engineer
one month ago
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38 posts
Closed today (12-15-2022) due to ice storm
Timothy.grasso
one month ago
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Was there yesterday (Wednesday, 12/14). Great groomed snow and 4 top to bottom trails. I literally skied on trails by myself for over an hour. I didn't see another person besides the lift attendants. They had music playing and it was a great day. Every person that was working was friendly and super chatty. What a great atmosphere!

Got in 22 runs in under 4 hours and my legs were done. A great first day to the season. They had every snow gun primed and ready to go (I watched them connecting the lines as I went up the lift). You can visually see all the new and updated snow making guns.

When I left at 2:30, you could easily still find untracked corduroy on every trail. Great day!
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
the queen of the potomac highlands has been resurfaced back to the perfect specs...supreme blower pow and superb grooming knowhow...yew!
swoop
one month ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
40 posts

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padjaski68
one month ago
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84 posts

Curious, I noticed they removed Lower White Lightning from this year's map. Anyone have the scoop on it?

Glad to see the night skiing back in the Valley it will be an added bonus for things to do at night on the weekends. 

MitchSH
one month ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
52 posts
Looks like lower White is now part of a glades area on the map. I assume that means no snowmaking?  I also noticed that lower Almost Heaven has returned, last year it was a terrain park. 
padjaski68
one month ago
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 Actually I'm surprised they didn't move the Park to Lower White Lightning and add snowmaking its wide and has the length to build some good features. Of course, under the Quad would be a great trail. I was wondering why Winterset wasn't added for night skiing?

MitchSH wrote:

Looks like lower White is now part of a glades area on the map. I assume that means no snowmaking? I also noticed that lower Almost Heaven has returned, last year it was a terrain park. 

Rickh
one month ago
Member since 12/2/2004 🔗
160 posts

So, I'm thinking lower White is an over site on the map. I thought I saw some portable guns sitting on it when I was there a week ago. The terrain park crowd isn't going to be happy if they took the big park away. Lower Almost Heaven is wide enough to add park features, but also allow for groomed terrain to one side or the other.

Plus, I think the ski team likes to use lower White lightning for training.

VT2VA
one month ago
Member since 12/5/2022 🔗
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What do you think of the new Timberline map more generally? On the old map, the quad appeared to go up about 1/3 of the way; on the new map, it appears to go about 2/3 of the way. I haven’t given it much thought but always assumed it was somewhere in between those two. Maybe trying to emphasize amount of terrain available for night skiing? Or maybe just different angle/perspective?

Here’s the old:

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Here’s the new:

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Rickh
one month ago
Member since 12/2/2004 🔗
160 posts
Lower White Lighting is still on the trail status report. So, I think it's an over site on the new map.
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
6 on the porch in town...got to wax the whip its a 4 day trip...sunny and calm in the potomac highlands...living the dream one drop from the top at a time...yew!
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
day 2 dawned a clear and calm 10 on the porch...right side wl was heavy but slashable and untouched...walls on dew drop and twisted sister are covered offering tons of riding options...get up and get you some...what are you waiting for...yew...ya you!
Rickh
one month ago
Member since 12/2/2004 🔗
160 posts
Timberline Mountain will be closed December 23rd, December 24th, and December 25th.
The forecast shows extreme low temperatures and high winds that may create dangerous conditions. The potential for power outages, bad roads, and exposure risk will be high. For the safety of our guests and staff, and with consideration of our local emergency services, the mountain will not be open for skiing and snowboarding this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The extreme low temperatures create an opportunity for over 72 hours of continuous snowmaking. This will allow us to get nearly 100% of terrain ready for Monday’s reopening. The silver lining of this rare weather event is that Timberline Mountain will have tons of snow and incredible conditions when we welcome you back on December 26th!
MitchSH
one month ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
52 posts

Looks like the winds  will moderate by Saturday or Sunday so a complete closure for the entire weekend seems like overkill. They could at least keep the mid mountain lift open and provide limited skiing for the crowds that will be in The Valley for the weekend. I have no plans to ski this weekend but I would very disappointed if I was there and couldn’t ski at least on Sunday.  I have skied in 5 degree and windy weather many times out west and up north. On the other hand folks may not have the clothes for that type of skiing in West Virginia so maybe this is best to prevent a mass frostbite epidemic. 

teleman
one month ago
Member since 07/8/2005 🔗
155 posts

They had always planned to be closed on Christmas day.  Not being open Friday might be a good decision based on the weather however, they could probably reopen on Saturday although it will be really cold.  The new management seems to make good decisions so no one should be too upset.

MitchSH wrote:

Looks like the winds  will moderate by Saturday or Sunday so a complete closure for the entire weekend seems like overkill. They could at least keep the mid mountain lift open and provide limited skiing for the crowds that will be in The Valley for the weekend. I have no plans to ski this weekend but I would very disappointed if I was there and couldn’t ski at least on Sunday.  I have skied in 5 degree and windy weather many times out west and up north. On the other hand folks may not have the clothes for that type of skiing in West Virginia so maybe this is best to prevent a mass frostbite epidemic. 

 

MitchSH
one month ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
52 posts
Well currently their website says they are closed Saturday and Sunday due to extreme weather. I don’t consider  a high of ten degrees (Sunday’s weather, and no extreme winds that day)  extreme weather for skiing.   Interestingly Snowshoe has announced it is open for the whole weekend because it is not going to close for winter weather.  Seven Springs hasn’t announced any closures as well. In any case let’s hope for some real snow this weekend to get the season going. Unfortunately currently looks like warmer and rainy weather moving into the New Year. 
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
i still got to go home and feed the class turtle...just a day earlier than planned...which means back up a day earlier than planned...turtle still gets fed...yew!
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

MitchSH wrote:

Well currently their website says they are closed Saturday and Sunday due to extreme weather. I don’t consider  a high of ten degrees (Sunday’s weather, and no extreme winds that day)  extreme weather for skiing.   Interestingly Snowshoe has announced it is open for the whole weekend because it is not going to close for winter weather.  Seven Springs hasn’t announced any closures as well. In any case let’s hope for some real snow this weekend to get the season going. Unfortunately currently looks like warmer and rainy weather moving into the New Year. 

 For people with the correct clothing, single digits is fine.  That's not as likely to be true of many people who mainly ski in the southeast and mid-Atlantic.  The road conditions in WV is another consideration given that there could be people who were thinking of doing their first ski trip this weekend.  Meaning first winter driving experience on WV roads in nasty conditions.  Note that those people are unlikely to be reading an online ski forum.

As was posted earlier, the email update today included: "The forecast shows extreme low temperatures and high winds that may create dangerous conditions. The potential for power outages, bad roads, and exposure risk will be high. For the safety of our guests and staff, and with consideration of our local emergency services, the mountain will not be open for skiing and snowboarding this Friday, Saturday and Sunday."

snapdragon
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
wet mix...shred the gnar
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
one month ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

Wind chill temps will be very cold in the next few days in the Canaan Valley.

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MitchSH
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
52 posts
Balmy compared to Lake Louise and Kicking Horse for the past week. In fact Kicking Horse closed today because of minus  31 Celsius temperatures. 

Unfortunately the long range is still showing a warm up to above average for the east coast later next week. 
wgo
one month ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts

The Fearless Forecast (posted Wednesday morning, link on the Whitegrass site) has a huge range of possible snow totals - 2 to 16 inches over the 3 day period. Lots of uncertainty in how things will play out, with potentially huge gradients in snowfall amounts between locations that are only a few miles apart.

whitegrass.com

If we get closer to the upper end of that range I will try to get out on re-opening day (Dec 26) - otherwise I will probably wait until later in the week.

Bonzski
one month ago
Member since 10/21/2015 🔗
599 posts
https://youtu.be/3dF_q7-H2_A
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
like that
chaga
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
600 posts

Heck yeah snapper! Get you sum boi! perfect timed picture right at winter solstice 12/21 4:47pm! 

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snapdragon wrote:

day 2 dawned a clear and calm 10 on the porch...right side wl was heavy but slashable and untouched...walls on dew drop and twisted sister are covered offering tons of riding options...get up and get you some...what are you waiting for...yew...ya you!
wgo
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
spectacular! That's a Vic-level quality photo (anyone get that reference?)
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
take me home to the place i belong
JimK - DCSki Columnist
one month ago (edited one month ago)
Member since 01/14/2004 🔗
2,847 posts

Great photo above by Chaga!

 

wgo wrote:

spectacular! That's a Vic-level quality photo (anyone get that reference?)

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I wonder who the skier/instructor is in this 2013 picture?

snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
Merry Christmas dcski...get you some yew-tide turns and mid thigh burns...send it into 2023!!!
wgo
one month ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
Planning on getting out there tomorrow...snow report says both OTW and the drop are open. 
snapdragon
one month ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
waxed and loaded for tline's steep hollered gems off the channel...heard it was 15' on sets yesty...get yew sum!!!
wgo
29 days ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
OTW was pretty stellar today
swoop
29 days ago
Member since 11/30/2017 🔗
40 posts


 Bill, good to hear, thanks. plan on getting some tomorrow! 

wgo wrote:

OTW was pretty stellar today
wgo
29 days ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
Wish I was out there again today! OTW has the usual huge whales running down the center, with a path to the right where you can make quick turns and a very narrow path to the left where you can make even quicker turns. Have fun!
snapdragon
29 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
best snow on the hill
wgo
29 days ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
Skiers left of WL was also outstanding, until it got skied off later in the day.
snapdragon
28 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
plugged to the gills from 10 to last chair...worked hard to get 15...salmon swimming upstream for 5 hours straight
msprings
28 days ago (edited 28 days ago)
Member since 07/4/2014 🔗
146 posts

I skied there today. Took my father there with me for his 1st time there. We are 7 Springs based, so getting him to go anywhere else was a win.

The place was great. 100% of terrain was open with great coverage. Really impressed with how big the mountain skis for really only having 1 lift. The whole place was packed, but they did a great job. Parked in the overflow lot, and rode to the lodge in a wagon that was being towed by a farm tractor. We forgot our boots, so we rented skis and boots there, which was an easy and fast process. Staff were everywhere at the lifts to assist and keep people moving. The lodge had good food and cold beer. And to top it off, the sun was shining.

10/10 day at Timberline, I will be back again!

snapdragon
28 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
16 clear and calm on the unofficial winter volcom house front porch...gonna be some stellar sessions going down today...git yew sum!
chaga
22 days ago
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
600 posts

Happy new year and pray for snow in 2023! 

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marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
20 days ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

Heading to Timberline early next week.  Discovered the Tline base cam can be pointed in multiple directions this season.  The view can change based on "votes."  Could see three groomers headed back to the barn just before 9:00am.  Looks like there was snowmaking last night. :-)

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teleman
20 days ago
Member since 07/8/2005 🔗
155 posts
I believe it was a dusting of natural snow
wgo
20 days ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
Yeah, they did not run the snowguns at all. I can only assume that the humidity was not favorable. Hopefully we will see some snowmaking tonite.
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
20 days ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

wgo wrote:

Yeah, they did not run the snowguns at all. I can only assume that the humidity was not favorable. Hopefully we will see some snowmaking tonite.

 Okay.  I'm not skiing Timberline until Monday.  Driving over from Massanutten first thing in the morning.  For sure there will be more snow at Timberline than Massanutten by then.  Looks like daytime high in the Canaan Valley may not get to freezing.

ShredDMV
20 days ago
Member since 09/23/2022 🔗
10 posts
see y'all at Timby tomorrow, let's gooo
mounthoya - DCSki Supporter 
19 days ago
Member since 09/20/2021 🔗
17 posts
Just checked snowcam.  Guns ablazlng.  Conditions should be great tomorrow 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
19 days ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

Jan. 6-8 is College Weekend at Timberline.

"The slopes are open to everyone; but if you're a college student, you get a deal! Present your current, valid college ID at the ticket window to receive special college pricing: Daily lift tickets for $60.00 for a single day, $55.00 each for two days, or $50 for all three days; ski or snowboard rentals for $29 for a single day or $24 each for 2-3 days."

snapdragon
18 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
got erthing fired up again...that blower pow will set you free
Patf1engineer
18 days ago
Member since 01/23/2018 🔗
38 posts
Conditions kind of choppy and variable today, but off the wall was awesome 
ShredDMV
17 days ago
Member since 09/23/2022 🔗
10 posts

I made a quick video from Timberline this weekend, hope y'all enjoy! Not trying to add subs, but to show you the conditions in 4k! Skiing Timberline 1/7-1/8

Cycleski
17 days ago
Member since 01/10/2021 🔗
22 posts
Nice coverage and video.  I have not been to TM to ski but have been hiking at Dolly Sods which is right next door and love it out there.  Thanks for doing the video.
Rickh
17 days ago (edited 17 days ago)
Member since 12/2/2004 🔗
160 posts


 Do not advertise the place, it's our secret. You missed the doubles with the whales and moguls they had just groomed them down. Need to go back when they are back. Thats a challenge, heres a pic before they groomed

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ShredDMV wrote:

I made a quick video from Timberline this weekend, hope y'all enjoy! Not trying to add subs, but to show you the conditions in 4k! Skiing Timberline 1/7-1/8

ShredDMV
17 days ago
Member since 09/23/2022 🔗
10 posts
That's awesome!  I wish they had the whales and moguls, deserves a return trip!
ShredDMV
17 days ago
Member since 09/23/2022 🔗
10 posts
I'll have to go to Dolly Sods over the summer looks awesome, thanks for checking it out!
chaga
17 days ago
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
600 posts


 braaaaap braaaap!  milk that mountain, old man shredder! 

snapdragon wrote:

got erthing fired up again...that blower pow will set you free
chaga
17 days ago
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
600 posts

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Rickh wrote:


 Do not advertise the place, it's our secret. You missed the doubles with the whales and moguls they had just groomed them down. Need to go back when they are back. Thats a challenge, heres a pic before they groomed

1673269819_tjgzpdfdibjl.jpg

wgo
17 days ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
Probably will be out there next weekend (haven't decided on sat, sun, or mon yet, will depend on what we get snow-wise). 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
16 days ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

Had a very good time at Timberline this afternoon.  Skied almost all the trails just to see what the snow was like.  The Drop when it's all flat is . . . fast!  White Lightning had the best snow.

My friend who came with me is a cautious intermediate.  She loved Salamander.

We're staying at the Alpine Lodge in Davis.  Rooms are fine.  Good thing there is a microwave available in the laundry room.  There isn't any place open for dinner on Mondays right now.  We bought food at the supermarket.  As did a work crew that's staying at Alpine Lodge tonight too.

wfyurasko - DCSki Supporter 
16 days ago
Member since 07/27/2014 🔗
319 posts

ShredDMV wrote:

I made a quick video from Timberline this weekend, hope y'all enjoy! Not trying to add subs, but to show you the conditions in 4k! Skiing Timberline 1/7-1/8

 Subscribed!

marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
16 days ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

ShredDMV wrote:

I made a quick video from Timberline this weekend, hope y'all enjoy! Not trying to add subs, but to show you the conditions in 4k! Skiing Timberline 1/7-1/8

 Nice!  Thanks for the link.

The steeps were a bit icier on Monday afternoon.  Think I'd rather ski them with snow whales and bumps, instead of when they are like a race course.  I was glad I had sharp edges.

bousquet19 - DCSki Supporter 
16 days ago
Member since 02/23/2006 🔗
738 posts

chaga wrote:

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 [snip]

Cool sticker, chaga! Any idea where I can find one or two?

Thanks.

Woody

ShredDMV
16 days ago
Member since 09/23/2022 🔗
10 posts


 Thanks man!

wfyurasko wrote:

ShredDMV wrote:

I made a quick video from Timberline this weekend, hope y'all enjoy! Not trying to add subs, but to show you the conditions in 4k! Skiing Timberline 1/7-1/8

 Subscribed!

ShredDMV
16 days ago
Member since 09/23/2022 🔗
10 posts


 No problem, an amateur skier attempting to get better! haha

marzNC wrote:

ShredDMV wrote:

I made a quick video from Timberline this weekend, hope y'all enjoy! Not trying to add subs, but to show you the conditions in 4k! Skiing Timberline 1/7-1/8

 Nice!  Thanks for the link.

The steeps were a bit icier on Monday afternoon.  Think I'd rather ski them with snow whales and bumps, instead of when they are like a race course.  I was glad I had sharp edges.

pagamony - DCSki Supporter 
16 days ago
Member since 02/23/2005 🔗
882 posts

Always Always Always...

marzNC wrote:

  Think I'd rather ski them with snow whales and bumps...

yellowsnow
16 days ago
Member since 12/15/2005 🔗
286 posts


 

marzNC wrote:

 There isn't any place open for dinner on Mondays right now. 

Mama Mia's Pizza and Pasta in Canaan Valley is open Mondays.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
15 days ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

yellowsnow wrote:


 

marzNC wrote:

 There isn't any place open for dinner on Mondays right now. 

Mama Mia's Pizza and Pasta in Canaan Valley is open Mondays.

 Looked dark when we drove by on the way to Davis.  No one answered the phone.  We didn't really feel like driving back that way in the dark in any case.

Had a great meal at Mama Mia's a year ago.

marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
15 days ago
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

Snow surface was much nicer all over this morning.  Snowmaking was on 6pm to 8am apparently.

White Lightning Monday afternoon, Jan. 9, 2023

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snapdragon
11 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
13 calm and overcast from the front porch of the unofficial volcom winter house...feeling the froth level rise anticipating that fresh teen degree blower pow...boys and girls it is Send it Sunday...now go git yew sum!
BaltoBill
10 days ago
Member since 02/24/2014 🔗
21 posts

Timberline was amazing today.  This was my first time here under the relatively new management and they’ve done an amazing job. Among others things, the snow was great esp given that they’ve only had 16” of natural.  And I took a lesson — thanks Mike — that was top notch.  

I think the nicest thing was the really great spirits of the employees — everyone I saw seemed to be glad to be on the mountain and the ski patrol had a.nice presence.  Finally, on the Sunday of MLK weekend the lines were manageable and I didn’t see any people skiing out of control on the mountain.  

I will be back!

snapdragon
10 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
the t-shirt toss and an extra 30 minutes lift time to the top...thank you team perfect!
oldensign - DCSki Columnist
9 days ago
Member since 02/27/2007 🔗
478 posts

Timberline was great today. Great snow and little to no lines!

Now if Mr. Perfect could just take on the Cannan Valley SP conesssion, we could bring back "Ski the Valley"!!! 

Buy your cabin now!

teleman
9 days ago
Member since 07/8/2005 🔗
155 posts
Does anyone know the extent of the injuries for when the helicopter arrived at Timberline around 4/5 PM Sunday?
chaga
8 days ago
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
600 posts
pretty big concussion. things turned out good in the end
snapdragon
7 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
no pii...67 yo male snowboarder with helmet ragdolled twice...unconscious...all available fire and emt vehicles encircled the landing zone as the dark was coming on fast...patient and circumstances were from reliable sources...glad he was ok...thanks Chaga
oldensign - DCSki Columnist
7 days ago
Member since 02/27/2007 🔗
478 posts
Not to be too picky but TL is reporting 100% open but The Drop and Upper Almost Heavan were roped off most of the weekend. Any idea why? 
Evans Dad - DCSki Supporter 
7 days ago
Member since 01/27/2021 🔗
45 posts

snapdragon wrote:

no pii...67 yo male snowboarder with helmet ragdolled twice...unconscious...all available fire and emt vehicles encircled the landing zone as the dark was coming on fast...patient and circumstances were from reliable sources...glad he was ok...thanks Chaga

 Where on the mountain did this happen? 

chaga
7 days ago
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
600 posts


 ski patrol closed the drop saturday because it was too icy I believe. It was open Sunday tho as well as Heaven.  upper Heaven was just opened Sunday for first time I think and was great whales!  Monday it was closed because a groomer lost a track and took a while to get it fixed and off the mtn. Kudos to Tline for reviving downhill skiing in the valley! couldn't have asked for a better outcome in ownership and management of it! 

oldensign wrote:

Not to be too picky but TL is reporting 100% open but The Drop and Upper Almost Heavan were roped off most of the weekend. Any idea why? 
MitchSH
7 days ago
Member since 12/14/2018 🔗
52 posts
I was at Timberline yesterday. The Drop was closed, they said it was to preserve the snow for the weekend. Everything else was open and in good shape. 
marzNC - DCSki Supporter 
7 days ago (edited 7 days ago)
Member since 12/10/2008 🔗
2,983 posts

oldensign wrote:

Not to be too picky but TL is reporting 100% open but The Drop and Upper Almost Heavan were roped off most of the weekend. Any idea why? 

 I took a run down The Drop on Monday, Jan. 9, before the MLK weekend.  Groomed completely flat.  I was doing controlled side slips speeding down the steeper top section given how icy it was all the way across.  Wasn't a run I cared to repeat.  Upper Almost Heaven was the only trail closed then.  Given how few people were around, didn't really need it.

wgo
7 days ago (edited 7 days ago)
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts

According to the ski patrol person I spoke with on Saturday, they tried to open The Drop on Saturday but felt it was too icy to open safely. It was open on Sunday after a day of additional snowmaking.

marzNC wrote:

oldensign wrote:

Not to be too picky but TL is reporting 100% open but The Drop and Upper Almost Heavan were roped off most of the weekend. Any idea why? 

 I took a run down The Drop on Monday, Jan. 9, before the MLK weekend.  Groomed completely flat.  I was doing controlled side slips speeding down the steeper top section given how icy it was all the way across.  Wasn't a run I cared to repeat.  Upper Almost Heaven was the only trail closed then.  Given how few people were around, didn't really need it.

snapdragon
2 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
25 and snowing...expecting 5"...can't wait for the morning looksie...4 day sesh...stoking
snapdragon
2 days ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
25 and snowing...expecting 5"...can't wait for the morning looksie...4 day sesh...stoking
wgo
2 days ago
Member since 02/10/2004 🔗
1,524 posts
Build up that base in the trees!
snapdragon
yesterday
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
exercising executive authority i am issuing a Purple Powder Alert for canaan valley...released from the winter volcom house davis wv
chaga
yesterday
Member since 11/24/2009 🔗
600 posts


 starting with few inches of snow and sleet mixed in this morning, will change over to rain around 11 or so, then back to snow for the upslope wrap-around (reach around haha) tonight through tomorrow adding a few more inches.  -released from canaan weather headquarters on the valley floor :) 

snapdragon wrote:

exercising executive authority i am issuing a Purple Powder Alert for canaan valley...released from the winter volcom house davis wv
snapdragon
yesterday
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
rescinding town report...bring on the reach around upslope...yew!
snapdragon
10 hours ago
Member since 01/27/2015 🔗
221 posts
yesty's 4" slather of slowder was off the chain...sorry zeke...the reacharound lake effect machine is now cranking...yew!

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