Thank you so much for tuning in, this is Cindy with your More Gore Podcast for September 14 & 15. We're offering scenic skyrides aboard the Northwoods gondola both days this weekend and a Mountaintop Yoga class on Sunday. A few leaves are starting to pop with color, and the days are cooling off just a bit. Bring your bike and helmet or your hiking pack to explore our trail network, and pick up a themed picnic basket from the Open Pit Grille to take with you on the mountain.
Michele Pearsall is instructing our 1-hour Mountaintop Class this Sunday at 1pm on the Fairview Observation Deck. Check in at the Northwoods Lodge ticket desk by 12:45pm and head up the gondola- your scenic gondola skyride is included in the $29 class fee. Space is limited to 10 participants and we recommend reserving your spot (and your mat if needed) in advance by email. Visit our website for all the details.
Saturday, September 21 features two fun fall workshop options: Carl Heilman's annual photography workshop is filling up fast. Reserve your space with Carl right away if you haven't already. This workshop includes lunch and a scenic skyride, along with a full day of instruction and practice. We also have a mountain bike skills development camp happening the 21st for beginner and intermediate riders ages 10 and up. This camp offers cross-country and downhill instruction, with your choice of the all-day program and option to include lunch, or the morning-only session ending at Noon. Visit our events page to learn more and sign up. Note that the last round-trip skyride boards the gondola at 4:15pm both days. Visit our activity report online for the very latest updates.
This winter we are so excited about new direct-to-lift gates! Keep your pass or ticket tucked away in your jacket when you head up the mountain. No more worrying about losing it or having to present it to the attendants before your rides. We've got a new competition-level freestyle cross course on Wild Air in design, and we added a warming cabin at the top of Burnt Ridge Mountain. Read more about all of our current projects and recent updates at our Mountain Improvements page. Start planning for winter now, if you haven't already. Season passes, frequent skier cards, snow sampler four-packs, multi-week programs, and gift cards are all on sale.
Keep in mind that fall activities are open weather permitting, and refer to our online report for the most current information. Thank so much again for tuning in and make it a great day out there!
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