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Discussion in 'General Resort Discussion' started by Philpug, Aug 26, 2017.

  1. Philpug

    Philpug Enjoying being back on two skis. Admin Pugski Ski Tester

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    In this forum we use regional labels, which gives us the ability to filter content. For example, if you are looking for all threads pertaining to Colorado, click on any of the BLUE Colorado prefixes and it will sort them for you and show you only those threads.

    Similarly, when starting a new thread here, you will be directed to add a regional prefix to it. If you forget to add it, or you think you chose the wrong one, any admin or moderator can help you fix it later on.

     
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  2. Blue Streak

    Blue Streak Behind the Epic Curtain Skier

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    Nice.
    What will they think of next?
    You guys are too much!
     
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  3. crgildart

    crgildart Gravity Slave Skier

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    Got one ski hill in Alabama.. and another one or two in Nebraska right?
     
  4. Dave Petersen

    Dave Petersen Graphic Designer/Vintage Gear Historian Admin

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    There is one in Alabama, one in Tennessee, one in Hawaii, and none in Nebraska (3 in the past in Nebraska: Trailridge (renamed Nebraski), Devil's Nest, and Prairie Hills).

    Also one in Kansas in the past (Mt. Bleu if I am remembering correctly).
     
  5. Carolinacub

    Carolinacub Yes thats a Cubs hat I'm wearing Skier

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    Personally I don't see NC as Mid Atlantic, I see it as SE Skiing. One thought when looking at how to geographically place areas would be to use the National Ski Patrol Regions, They are pretty definitive and make a ton of sense geographically.
     


  6. Posaune

    Posaune sliding Skier

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    The colors on the map above don't match the colors on the menu, at least some of them don't. Notice that the PNW/BC/AK color on the map is a lighter blue and on the menu it shows as dark blue, the Northern Rockies/Alberta color is dark blue on the map and light blue on the menu. Not a big deal, but it might make a difference to someone besides us anal-retentive types.
     
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  7. TonyC

    TonyC Contact me at bestsnow.net Pass Pulled

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    As one who occasionally nitpicks such issues, I think the regional divisions on that map are very reasonable in terms of balancing correlated regional weather/conditions vs. number of ski areas and volume of interest about them.
     
  8. Tony S

    Tony S aka qcanoe Skier

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    You might very well think that; I couldn't possibly comment.

    :beercheer:
     

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