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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-24-2009, 10:07 AM
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december if you like rocks, mid-january if you like a warm breeze

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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-24-2009, 10:47 AM
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Grabbed a flight mid Jan. Came to $500 all fees and taxes in. Can't wait. Just found out I'll be staying at my Aunts house which is apparently 15 minutes from the mountain and I'll have it all to myself! I'm pumped! Thanks you guys for your help
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It'll be good if there is snow this year, last season we had rocks up until february/early march because it was such a pitiful season. It can be great conditions to ride in but my biggest pet peeve is all the runs are really short compared to other mountains so you spend way too much time in lift lines
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when are you going?
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sure mt.washington has 1000cm each year...
sure mt.washington has a mid season base of 400cm each year...
but wait, those numbers are rain! i hope you packed your wet suit / rain coat over top.

just kidding. i love to make fun of that. people call BC and Washington Wet. Then you go to Whistler and Baker and get SOAKED... Then you go to mount washington and get completely wet... lol wettest snow in the world. 30cm overnight = shallow end of a swimmin pool.

seriously though, the terrain is sick!
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