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    AllDayinPA
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    Season Passes at Blue $100 till Oct. 31st

    Well Fall is definately here everyone. with three weekends left we will be selling season passes for 2010 at $100. This will cover your riding the rest of this year and all of next year. Our 2010 schedule is packed with events and more new terrain ! Dress warm and enjoy the fall colors this Fall. On the 24th the Vertical Earth Series Awards will be at 4:30 in the Valley Lodge. Congratulations and big thanks to all the racers for coming out and competing in 2009. We had a great season and can't wait to roll out more new races for next year like Big Air DH. Stay tuned over the winter as we roll out our 2010 schedule.

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    FWIW, great job out there.

    I've been twice, plan a 3rd by the 31st.

    Are you planning/thinking of opening up earlier in the year for '10?

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    What is the open hours/days looking like for 2010?

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    Wow this is very tempting. Can I buy a pass on any Saturday that you are open or do I buy it online? Any information about the new terrain? Will there be a longer jump line built and/or some drops?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMachine1
    Well Fall is definately here everyone. with three weekends left we will be selling season passes for 2010 at $100. This will cover your riding the rest of this year and all of next year. Our 2010 schedule is packed with events and more new terrain ! Dress warm and enjoy the fall colors this Fall. On the 24th the Vertical Earth Series Awards will be at 4:30 in the Valley Lodge. Congratulations and big thanks to all the racers for coming out and competing in 2009. We had a great season and can't wait to roll out more new races for next year like Big Air DH. Stay tuned over the winter as we roll out our 2010 schedule.
    I would like to know what next year's schedule will be like before buying a season pass. Any Sundays besides race weekends? Weekdays during summer?
    You better just go ahead and drop that seatpost down to the reflector... the trail gets pretty rough down there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Six Pack
    I would like to know what next year's schedule will be like before buying a season pass. Any Sundays besides race weekends? Weekdays during summer?
    Yea, the lack of Sundays is definitely an issue for many of the folks in our group.

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    We'll be open weekends, opening day looks like the weekend before memorial day.

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    GreenMachine, that's good to hear.

    Has it been a good reception to the riders this year then?

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