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Sunday was the last day of the ski season for Mt. Bachelor. They ended the season with a big bash on the mountain that included a barbeque, two bands, and the highly anticipated pond skimming championships. Now that they have has a few days to take a breath, Mt. Bachelor spokesman Andy Goggins says it was really a remarkable year. "The snowiest snowfall on record, this season. 665 total inches this year which exceeds our average of right around 380, so between the snow that just hasn't seemed to stop or let up and the extension of the winter season, all in all ended up being a good season for us up here." Goggins says they will have a bit of down time, but are planning to re-open the mountain on July 1st for the summer season. Those regular season and midweek pass holders will be able to use their passes to get a lift ticket to the top of Mt. Bachelor for summer hiking and recreation.

 

 

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