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#7770 - 01/09/03 11:57 PM Hiking vs. Skiing on Mountain House Property
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Registered: 11/14/00
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Loc: Brooklyn, NY
Am I correct in my understanding that trails on MMH property are reserved for skiing in Winter? Thanks...
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#7771 - 06/05/03 06:37 PM Re: Hiking vs. Skiing on Mountain House Property [Re: GeeVee]
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They are not completely reserved for skiing. Snow shoeing is permitted, BUT not in ski tracks! The groomed ski tracks are reserved for skiers only and must not be disturbed. It is possible to rent skis at the ski shop as well. They also offer ski lessons and the fees are very reasonable, and the instruction is competent. In general, the level of grooming for skiing around the Mountain House has risen to very high standards recently, much to my delight.
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#7772 - 06/06/03 12:15 PM Re: Hiking vs. Skiing on Mountain House Property [Re: phlan]
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Hey Chris!!!! Nice timely response!!!

Now going,
Dizz
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#7773 - 06/26/03 07:23 PM Re: Hiking vs. Skiing on Mountain House Property [Re: Dizzy]
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Yeah! now that we're in the doldrums of summer, it couldn't be a better time to prepare for the next ski season!
Is everyone else as psyched as I am? Ok, not all at once now...
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