Breck turns people away, especially on the weekends and holidays. There are absolutely no lines, locals only, it's great.
Squaw is starting to learn this great trick too.
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yes I have heard of resorts turning people away. ski whitetail in pa has.
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Many ski resorts will turn people away. Not out of money issues but more along the mine of public safety and liability. They will pack as many people onto a run as they can until safety becomes a factor. To many people will also reduce the enjoyment factor for the paying public. If I spend $85 for a day pass and i spend a total of three hours in lift lines that is not a good deal. Not only do you have one pissed off consumer but you also have that customer telling all his friends that its not worth the value.
Yes. Two years ago, my local mountain (Perfect North in Southern Indiana) had to turn people away because there was no parking space available. It was over Martin Luther King day and there was mass asians there with Ramens. So they had to turn people away. Since then, we commemorate that day as Asian Invasion