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Ski season off to a bad start across Upstate NY

The 2023 ski season in Central New York has faced a challenging start due to unfavorable weather conditions, including significant rain.

Jon Spaulding, from Greek Peak, told LocalSYR-TV that they’re optimistic despite the setbacks, noting that snowmaking efforts have resumed with the aim of maintaining operations throughout the season.

The resort, which has experienced around 13 ski days so far, aligns with last year’s total of 114 days. He highlighted their objective of achieving a 100-day ski season, emphasizing the importance of maximizing the short window for skiing and ensuring guests have an enjoyable experience.

The resort has spent significant money on better technology to improve snowmaking, as well as customer experience.

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