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    Posted: Dec/21/2011 at 8:22pm
Hi guys

I'm headed to Camelback ski resort in poconos, PA on monday.
While purchasing a triple ticket on their website i noticed a tab saying;
"click here to apply coupon code"

Then I was thinking, what best to do but ask my fellow eastcoast snowboarders on sierra/trusnow about it.

So, anyone know any coupon codes that I might be able to use to save some bread on a triple ticket?


help a boarder out

Thank you for your time
- Jae
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/22/2011 at 6:55am
No, they are pretty greedy so I'm surprised that box is even there. (Ahem charging $49 lift tickets for 2 regular slopes plus 1 iced over terrain park and 1 beginner hill on opening weekend)
Oh and the triple ticket deal ends by a certain date, which I do not recall off hand.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/22/2011 at 2:23pm
hey skio,
thanks for the response

yeah i figured they were pretty grimey with it.

Triple ticket sale ends tomorrow night lol i guess im just paying 99 for it
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/22/2011 at 4:09pm
Just use it for when you plan on going for full days so you get your money's worth. If you only plan on going for a few hours then head to JFBB they usually have fairly respectable part-day pricing especially at night.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/30/2011 at 3:02am
Originally posted by Skio25

Just use it for when you plan on going for full days so you get your money's worth. If you only plan on going for a few hours then head to JFBB they usually have fairly respectable part-day pricing especially at night.
Thumbs Downi'm sure you purchased the triple ticket already, but if you haven't, don't! in my opinion, it's a rip off. unless you only go in the day, i guess it would save you $70ish. if you plan on going 5-15 times, your best bet is a camelCard. they cost $50 and how they work is: buy the first 2 tickets at half off, then the third is free. i got good use out of this because i would go night, night, day and only pay $30.i think it is 1/4 off on the weekend and holidays. but that's where you gotta plan to use the free ticket.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/03/2012 at 6:45am
Im actually thinking about heading up this weekend or next ive never been there and was wondering how it is, if anyone has been up there lately, and how the conditions are up there?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/03/2012 at 12:05pm
The cover is pretty decent considering how crappy this season is.
I haven't been there yet today but
Yellow is what was opened last night.
Blue is what they're making snow on or project to be opened sometime during the week.
So all of the paint covered trails will probably be opened during the weekend, if not a couple more.


Conditions are alright. I don't think any of the runs are really "groomed" I doubt you'll see any corduroy unless you show up real early in the morning. The steeper diamonds are pretty icy, the blues are fairly decent with big patches of ice here and there, especially in the center of the trails. It's supposed to get really cold this week so there might be more ice depending on what the weekend forecast is.
By evening it's really choppy, lots of mounds of granular powder - so slash them if you want to spray some snow. Hit or miss but there has been a lot of crappy grooming of the trails as far as bumps everywhere (not moguls, more like unintentional rhythm sections) which aren't very convenient for carving but if you're just cruising you can have fun with them and pop little ollies off and over them.
There was quite a bit of side-hits on saturday night but they flattened them out on sunday which is pretty lame.
Lines on the weekend are going to be pretty long so if you're riding with a group split up into singles and meet up at the top for a quicker wait.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/04/2012 at 5:08am
Thank you for the response. I think im just going to wait a little later in the season. Im used to going to jfbb and this mountain is definitly bigger so ill wait till i get the full experience when everything is open and in the mean time head up to jack frost.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/04/2012 at 5:09am
Thank you for the response. I think im just going to wait a little later in the season. Im used to going to jfbb and this mountain is definitly bigger so ill wait till i get the full experience when everything is open and in the mean time head up to jack frost.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/04/2012 at 9:25am
Originally posted by mollicap16

Thank you for the response. I think im just going to wait a little later in the season. Im used to going to jfbb and this mountain is definitly bigger so ill wait till i get the full experience when everything is open and in the mean time head up to jack frost.


Yeah I'm used to going to JFBB too and I can tell you jack frost is half the size of CBK and BB is a third of the size. Though I think frost might be opening east mountain this weekend and that lift line usually isn't too bad. Though lines overall will probably move quicker at CBK if you use the quads. If you're really into park I'd say go to JFBB, if not then try CBK. Ticket prices are comparable (unless you're just riding night at BB, then that's a lot cheaper).
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jan/04/2012 at 12:01pm
Good to see camelback is in pretty good shape trail wise. A lot better than Blue right now thats reporting 19 trails open but really only 3 or 4 ways down. A lot more options at camelback than anywhere else around right now it seems.
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