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post #71 of 366 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 12:52 AM
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Hey bro ill be out near Blue mtn and Talisman this season, you wouldnt happen to know of a cheap/resonably priced place to stay would you?
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post #72 of 366 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 12:56 PM
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naw man not too sure where to stay for cheap up there.
check out craigslist maybe
post #73 of 366 (permalink) Old 10-27-2009, 09:07 PM
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All good, would be super keen to meet up and ride with some people. Where about you be?
post #74 of 366 (permalink) Old 11-01-2009, 04:18 PM
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Off trail at Blue

Hey guys,
been riding blue a lot, gotta make do with what you got right. Usually get a seasons pass and take a few trips out west and to ride a couple hills in the eastern townships, Montreal. I've Been reading about an area at blue mountain where there are no lifts and you can hike to ride some sick little trails. Says it's at the southern most part of the mountain... I'm looking for a local or anyone who has more info about this area I wanna hit up as soon as thie season starts.

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post #75 of 366 (permalink) Old 11-01-2009, 07:42 PM
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im in the east end of downtown, looking to ride the rails around toronto all winterrr
post #76 of 366 (permalink) Old 11-01-2009, 08:29 PM
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Hey guys,
been riding blue a lot, gotta make do with what you got right. Usually get a seasons pass and take a few trips out west and to ride a couple hills in the eastern townships, Montreal. I've Been reading about an area at blue mountain where there are no lifts and you can hike to ride some sick little trails. Says it's at the southern most part of the mountain... I'm looking for a local or anyone who has more info about this area I wanna hit up as soon as thie season starts.

Cheers,
I would assume it's the trails that are to the left of the last chair lift when you are looking up the mountain that you are talking about. I always see tracks coming down that part. I think in a few years they are going to add a chair lift to that area to expand blue.

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I would assume it's the trails that are to the left of the last chair lift when you are looking up the mountain that you are talking about. I always see tracks coming down that part. I think in a few years they are going to add a chair lift to that area to expand blue.
ah ok. I see what area you mean. If you download a trail map it days future expansion over there. Sweet I'll check it out a soon as we get some snow!

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it'll be another 2 years at least before they put up that chair...
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I usually ride at blue, but was thinking of doing a trip 2 tremblant this winter, but I heard its even icier. u guys think its worth the distance to go there instead?


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I usually ride at blue, but was thinking of doing a trip 2 tremblant this winter, but I heard its even icier. u guys think its worth the distance to go there instead?
Yes its worth it. Way better than Blue IMO. It gets cold in Tremblant but the elevation and verticle drop is way bigger and way more runs. The resort was voted #1 again. I am hitting Tremblant in February for 5 days and can't wait.
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