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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-11-2009, 07:45 PM
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Killington has been sending out deal grabber emails about a week in advance...first 500 can get a full day lift ticket for $50 on certain days. They also have I think 50th anniversary weekend special, but I think it's overnight with lodging and I forget which weekends. You should be able to check these deals out on their website.
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That late in the season you may want to watch the weather and stay somewhere like either Burlington or Waterbury. From these places you can pretty easily hit Sugarbush, Stowe, or Jay - and maybe mix it up between a few places on different days. If you stay in Burlington and the snow is really bad for whatever reason at least you would have other stuff to do (skate, go to Burton, movies, Church Street, good food, etc.) Most resorts in Vermont will try to make until Easter, but the northern resorts tend to hold up better in the late season. Getting a room should not be a problem so you could even book last minute and see who has the best conditions for you (Mount Snow may have the best park that weekend, but 12" of random pow at Jay or Stowe is pretty common even in mid-April). Have fun.
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SugarLoaf gets a shit ton of snow in March. More than any other winter month. its far, but a sweet mountain. Im sure the same goes for Sunday River
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March is typically the biggest snow month for most resorts in northern New England - just not this year (so far).
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March is typically the biggest snow month for most resorts in northern New England - just not this year (so far).
Something to wish for, got a great deal on a new board and want to break it in. Just might try Belleayre on the 28th just in case. Hasn't been a real NY winter.
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