McIntyre 12/29/2017

edited December 2017 in Trip Reports Posts: 2,354
I made the hour-long drive to McIntyre for a few hours of skiing using my Freedom Pass. Single digits felt balmy after the extreme cold yesterday. A breeze kept things interesting and it snowed for a few hours as well. One chair was open and there was one run down which branched into three near the base. They were blowing snow on the rest of the terrain and it looks like they will soon be 100% open. Despite the cold, the hill was relatively busy and there was an occasional wait to get on the lift. The top ticket price at McIntyre is $38, so it's a great affordable resource for the Manchester area and it makes me wonder how Gateway will get away with charging $35 when McIntyre is nearby and offers far more.

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  • MrMagicMrMagic advanced
    Posts: 138
    Nice report. I recall the ski area being in a very residential area. I also recall they buried a mini van in the terrain park and you could jump over it !!
  • lotsoskiinglotsoskiing expert
    Posts: 1,137
    I love the bullwheel roofs....classic. Isn't Belle Mt., NJ (NJLSAP) the only other place with the same design?
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