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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-13-2009, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Blue Mountain two for 79

Hey I live in NJ and snowboard in the Poconos all the time just because they are close (mountain creek is always so crowded and bad conditions) and usually snowboard blue because its park and conditions are the best near me. I don't know if anyone else is out there that is in my same situation but if you can help me out it would be greatly appreciated. What i am looking for was this deal that Blue mountain had which was two anytime passes for $79. i think i got an email or letter in the mail about it but ended up seeing it online. I remember it sying the deal was over November first, and with that date approaching i went on their website today but couldn't find it. If anyone knows what i am talking about or can hook me up with a link it'd be great. Thanks!
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-13-2009, 07:49 PM
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If you're referring to Blue Mountain in Collingwood, ON, their pre-season riding is $20/ticket (adult). Not sure about the 2 any time passes for $79 though. Never heard of it, but that doesn't mean it's not legit (as I've never even looked tbh, I don't go to Blue too often).
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No he means blue mountain here in pennsylvania. I haven't seen anything about that deal, but i'll be sure to post up if I do.
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im from jersey and havent read anyhting either. where in nj are you from? bear creek and big boulder both offer better and better maintained parks than blue does. you should check them out. and i mean tenfold better.
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I live in central jersey somerset area. Bear creek looks pretty sweet the only other thing I'm curious about is if you could tell me how good jfbb and bear creek's actual trails are too because I ride with my bro that doesn't do a ton of park and am curious how their conditions are. One last thing is what do you think are the best deals around just tell me the resort and price for however many tickets
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Bear Creek is a great hill to mess around on.. not very vertical though.. I love Blue's green trails on either side of the mountain... probably my favorite of any anywhere.. very relaxing to ride down and have fun with... and blue's conditions everytime i've been up there have been pretty damn good.
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