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We’ve been asked by a number of skiers on the mountain why The Eye of the Wind isn’t spinning regularly. Rest assured it isn’t due to lack of wind! The blades are kept in a position that prevents them from capturing the movement of the wind while we wait to complete the electrical work. Since the tower was assembled, the team on-site has been finishing the installation of the electrical control building at the base of the tower. This work is integral to power production. For an idea of the gear associated with this unique project, see our photo of the inside of The Eye of the Wind. Also, the elevator installers have been steadily climbing the tower and finishing their work. The elevator cabin can now travel up and down the rails from the very bottom to the top. (See the photo showing the inside of our elevator cabin).

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The 2017.2018 Winter season has begun! Skiing and riding is available weekdays from 3pm-10pm and weekends & holidays from 9am-10pm. Check back frequently for updates on further terrain and extended hours!