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Help needed from Australia.

Hi all,

I'm planning to go to NYC in Decemebr and owuld like to visit Hunter Mtns for some skiing.

This will also be my first time skiing.

I am thinking of staying @ Forestor Lodge, however I have no idea how much other things are.

Would anyone be able to lead me to a website that has the costs of things like ski hiire, lift pass etc?

I have absolutely no equipment for skiing myself.

I am going there on the 21st Dec and leaving on the 24th Dec.

Your help would be greatly appreciated.

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1. Re: Help needed from Australia.

Have you tried google?.

Kerhonkson, New York
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2. Re: Help needed from Australia.

Try hunter mountain web site:


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3. Re: Help needed from Australia.

Many schools in the area will be on vacation during the time you mention. I would attempt to get hotel reservations NOW--otherwise you may find yourself building an igloo. ( also verify snow conditions)

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4. Re: Help needed from Australia.

Da PimpDaddy:

I'm interested in knowing how your trip to Hunter went. Please give us a run down.

5. Re: Help needed from Australia.

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