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MY #1 mountain is in Vermont.
It is attached to the bigger and more widely known Okemo.
A trail connects them. I love J-Gore because not many people know it, it usually has a lot of pow, and there are some pretty ill trails.

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Jackson Gore is part of Okemo, just a different base lodge. Am I missing something here? It's just like Jordan Bowl at Sunday River, or the various base lodges at Killington. It's definitley tougher terrain than the rest of Okemo though. The last time I was there it was boilerplate, so I didn't get to enjoy it.
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Jackson Gore is part of Okemo, just a different base lodge. Am I missing something here? It's just like Jordan Bowl at Sunday River, or the various base lodges at Killington. It's definitley tougher terrain than the rest of Okemo though. The last time I was there it was boilerplate, so I didn't get to enjoy it.


no your right, it is part of okemo (you can use okemo lift passes). I think it is easier/the same as okemo because I am not very good and cacn pretty easily do the bridge trail and others.

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Jackson Gore is part of Okemo, just a different base lodge. Am I missing something here? It's just like Jordan Bowl at Sunday River, or the various base lodges at Killington. It's definitley tougher terrain than the rest of Okemo though. The last time I was there it was boilerplate, so I didn't get to enjoy it.
+1 Quantum leap is usually pretty crusty. The trees at Jackson Gore are sick though.
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Agreed on the trees at Gore being sick, that said I usually find it to be more crowded now because the runs are newer and people start congregating there earlier in the day. I generally go to the South Face at Okemo first thing because everyone is screwing around on the main face and gore face's...
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