On the glories and the fault lines that define America's alpha resort
Is there going to be and 8 pack?
Stuart, did you say we will be interviewing the owner of Sugarbush who is not a bum. Was that a dig JHMR owner.
Be like Switzerland Stuart
Sorry, Mary, but you're feeble attempt to blame Patagonia for your self inflicted damages was just wrong. You do have a political affiliation, if the OWNERS host a despicable, awful person like Majorie Taylor Greene, because the corporation's profit get funneled to said OWNERS. As the Supreme Court has famously decided, corporations are people, too. Trying to counter all that with well, we employ so many people (at $15 an hour, woohoo) sounds almost like a threat. Protest us, no job.
Great podcast Stuart. Mary Kate Buckley was terrific. I've been watching videos of Corbet's for years as I'm sure many people do. Your library of podcasts is turning into one of the most important collections of modern ski resort info available. Nothing better than kicking back with a cold one and listening to people who make decisions that shape the future of the sport we love.
Spectacular mountain. If you are an expert…go. Just know it is crowded. Help yourself and everyone else by figuring out how to manage the crowds. The basics are the same at most any resort. Get there early and stay away from the base area until the lunch rush is over. Then figure out which lifts get crowded at what times. The premier runs are great but know there is also fantastic skiing on other parts of the mountain.
And if the crowds get you down, go to Grand Targhee, the backcountry or come join me on the Powder Highway in Canada.