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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-07-2021, 10:38 PM Thread Starter
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Default Cypress uphill travel?

I'm wondering if Cypress is permitting--or at least ignoring--uphill travel (and then downhill, of course) now that they are closed for the season.

Anyone know?


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-08-2021, 08:43 PM
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Someone I know skinned up the ski runs to Strachan chairlift summit Tuesday, no problems.

But skeptical me thinks Cypress will probably shut it down for "safety reasons" or something. Kind of surprised they haven't closed the road yet lol.
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Good to know.

I realize I made a mistake: Cypress is still open for downhill--until 4/11 apparently. Only the XC is closed.
4-6 inches of fresh up top today. I was on foot with my pooch, and wish that I'd brought skis.


I doubt they'll close the road. I think everyone now knows that it's pretty hard to get sick being outside with no one around. ...
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 04-15-2021, 07:04 AM
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I'm not sure about Cypress, but you could take a trip to Guadalajara, Mexico. It is a modern city, with a quality of life that is comparable with any town in Spain or Italy, and the prices, in general, are meager. I was on a week last month, and I with my friends liked it a lot. If you want to know more about restaurants, transport, living and in general about everything about this city you can read this review about living in Guadalajara. I think you'll like it too. Especially the vibe you feel when you're there, it doesn't pass quickly.

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Would think they still keep access available for backcountry snowshoers.............and later the hikers.

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