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Looking for some snow blower advice. For those with a place in a ski resort what are you using? I need something than can clear a parking space and quite a long path, possibly after a week or two of snow, or after the snow has sat there for several days and possibly refrozen.

Does it have to be a multi-stage petrol one for that? I'd prefer a battery-powered electric one because it'll need less maintenance and will start every time, but they look a bit weedy.
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Electric ones are crap. You can get cheap petrol ones for a few hundred € but they'll struggle in warm, wet or refrozen snow. Anything under €500 is likely to disappoint.
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Prefer this one...

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telford_mike wrote:
Electric ones are crap. You can get cheap petrol ones for a few hundred € but they'll struggle in warm, wet or refrozen snow. Anything under €500 is likely to disappoint.


While this is basically correct, I think, we bought ours (MTD 611D) in 2006 and it was about €1,400 - you can buy the equivalent these days for about €700.

If I was buying again, I would defo have cat tracks. I've put chains on mine this year and it makes a huge difference. The wheels are crap.

Actually, having now done a fair bit of reconstruction, the whole thing is pretty crap. You don't get a lot for your money!
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