- Nov 9, 2018
its a festivus miracle….employees got w-2's
With me it’s not about the terrain or conditions, I think. It’s just hard to get to, crowded and expensive for what it is. If I was close enough to do mid-week day trips maybe I’d feel differently. For the 4-5 hours to get there, cost to ski and expensive lodging, I can fly to Colorado and ski multiple resorts. I guess long story short, it doesn’t cut it for me as a destination resort. I’d much rather make the few hour trip to 7 Springs for comparable skiing.Snowshoe......been there done that. I used to ski Snowshoe exclusively until I started skiing in the land of milk and honey.
I also live in Cincinnati. Snowshoe doesn’t feel nearly as crowded as Perfect North does on a busy day. One day I hope to own a place in the mountains to make lodging more affordable and force me to get out more often.Snowshoe is my go to because the season passes are cheap, we have the lodging covered, and from Cincinnati, we're driving a ways to get to better skiing. Colorado is just a bit cost-prohibitive with small kids.
I agree that it is hard to get to, and can be very crowded. Living in the middle of a metropolitan area of 2.2 million people, I don't mind that it's in the middle of nowhere once we are there.
I knew this was coming sooner or later. When you aren’t paying normal bills you certainly aren’t paying the bills that take a little effort and accounting.The newest report on Timber-lies indicates that Timberline withheld money from employee paychecks for taxes but never remitted that money to IRS. If true, Timberline has more legal woes than I ever imagined.