Crotched Mountain Randomly Closes Lifts Mid-Day for Maintenance

Crotched Mountain Randomly Closes Lifts Mid-Day for Maintenance

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Crotched Mountain Randomly Closes Lifts Mid-Day for Maintenance

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The situation at Vail Resort-owned New Hampshire mountains continues to get weirder. In the middle of a pivotal holiday period, Crotched Mountain announced early on Tuesday that they would close two and a half hours earlier than usual for scheduled lift maintenance on all their lifts. What’s odd about this random maintenance shutdown is that Crotched literally just opened. The mountain started its season off on Sunday with eleven trails and four lifts after not taking advantage of multiple snowmaking windows. So the question is: why didn’t they just do the maintenance beforehand?

Mountains owned by Vail in New Hampshire have struggled to find a groove this season due to staffing shortages. Wildcat and Attitash issued apologies due to minimal snowmaking expansions so far this season. Scrolling through the comments, many Crotched guests are not happy and are finding their slogan, Go Boldly, a bit ironic. Here’s to hoping this is only a one-time issue. The post announcing the issue is below.

Image Credits: Crotched Mountain

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