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resorts in the east with the best conditions in late march

Looking to plan a a trip sometime in late march..which resorts will still have decent snow...Canada or U.S.
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Tremblant possibly, not sure about this year seeing how the weather has been, or Jay Peak.
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We got some amazing snow today

So I'm hoping the rest of feb-march we get a nice dumping for the hills to get sales up.


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Check out Tremblant in Canada or Jay Peak / Stowe in the US, those are probably your best bets.

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Check out Tremblant in Canada or Jay Peak / Stowe in the US, those are probably your best bets.
That's one place I've always wanted to Snowboard at Tremblant.


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That's one place I've always wanted to Snowboard at Tremblant.
You'll have a lot of fun, I've already went twice this season. Great night life too, only downside is that there's no night boarding.
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You'll have a lot of fun, I've already went twice this season. Great night life too, only downside is that there's no night boarding.
How is reading signs

I don't speak a word of french and that's why we never went.

Are the hills like blue mountain nice and long runs 5 min+


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Tremblant is pretty anglo friendly and don't worry the place dwarfs Blue.
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How is reading signs

I don't speak a word of french and that's why we never went.

Are the hills like blue mountain nice and long runs 5 min+
You'll be fine, everyone who works in the town speaks english. Blue mountain is tiny compared to this place. If the runs at blue mountain take you 5 minutes, the ones here will take you 20+.
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Tremblant is anglo-friendly, no worries there. And has 3x the vertical of Blue (720ft versus 2130)

While I haven't yet been to Jay this season (in a couple of weeks), a quick surf around shows pretty much every place around with about the same base as Tremblant and Jay or a bit worse. Conditions anywhere in the Northeast in late March are going to depend on what happens between now and then, no place has the base now to last long if spring comes early.

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