Cog Railway Winter Groomer Survey

A survey as to the benefits and disadvantages of a groomer available for winter skiing operations at the Cog Railway. The groomer would be to assist in mountain rescues, snow would last longer late in the season and through warm periods due to being packed, it would knock the drifts down at the top of the ravines for a safer traverse. We would only groom 1 side of the tracks, leaving the other natural and we wouldn't groom daily packing powder, just when the trail is roughed up or iced over. The groomer would only be used when the ground is frozen, and there would be no expansion of the current trail. 

The price of a land use permit does not necessarily correspond to the purchase or not of a groomer.

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* 1. What are your thoughts on the Cog Railway purchasing a Groomer for winter operations?

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* 2. Are you more or less likely to ski the Cog Railway if the trail was groomed?

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* 3. How is your experience so far on skiing the Cog Railway?

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* 4. Would a groomed trail (1 of 2 trails) stop you from visiting the Cog Railway in the winter for skiing?

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* 5. Would you be willing to pay more for a land use permit if the Cog Railway offered improved trail conditions and increased utilities for search and rescue operations?

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* 6. Do you have any other comments / suggestions? 

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* 7. Enter your e-mail for a chance to win a land use permit for the 2019 season: 

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