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Whiteface, Gore or Kilington?

Whiteface, Gore or Kilington? Which of these mountains do you prefer?

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whiteface. more sustained vert even though killington says that they got 3k as well, theirs is broken into pods. lots of people hate on the face, i always get good days there. i managed the slides a few seasons back. as close to a lift served big mountain experience youl find in the east as well. lake placid is my favorite town to visit.

gore is a bore

killington has the best parks out of the bunch. lots of drunk sluts too.
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whiteface for its mountain shape and long trails, and like he said lake placid is a great town ... gore is no bore, when they have snow, that place 100% open is pretty sweet, awesome glades there .... killington is sprawling, if i wanted sprawling id stand in a field
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how tall is white face? like 10k? ive been to lake placid but when i wasnt into boarding. as for Vt i prefer okemo. lots of fun long trails and theyre super fast. killington is just a scrambled egg in my opinion
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10k? haha subtract five and half or so from that.
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There is lift-serviced terrain from 4,386 feet and hike-to terrain from 4,650 feet
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