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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 04:55 PM
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Anyone been to Mount Snow?


I'm new to this site, and was hoping for some helpful advice. There's a trip in my area going to Mount Snow-in Vermont, and I was hoping someone could give me a review of it as to whether or not it's going to be worth the money I'll be shelling out for the trip. If you've got any opinion at all on the mountain, please give me some feedback because I'm extremely interested.


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-22-2009, 12:16 AM
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Whats up I used to hit up MT. Snow on a regular basis. Very cool mt, not the biggest of the bunch, I really dig the relaxed vib n less crowds you get there. My question to you would be what level do you ride at? and what kind of riding do you like to do? the best info I can give you is they have alot of fun runs,but if you are very advanced then they might be alittle easy and not challeging enough but still fun. they have a cool little park if i can remember correctly they used to have a mini pipe. (5 years since i been there) all in all Id say go, especially if your going with a group of friends you def will have a good time just wait for more snow lol. theres a guy on here I think his name is Crepo_Smith or something like that, I think he works there and can give you better info if he finds this thread lol
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Okay, thanks alot. I'm not a very advanced boarder, but I've been boarding for about three years now..but I'm a timid boarder so it's taken me longer to attempt new things to become better. And you are right about the minipipe, I read on their site that they have both a mini and superpipe, which is really exciting. It sounds like MT Snow would be a perfect place for me to go thanks to your help and, thanks much for your input : )
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I love mt. Snow.Great park and has some really easy trails and some really tough ones. Great overall mountain!
post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-22-2009, 05:52 PM
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Since you are from Salisbury, MD, I am going to assume that you might have been to SevenSprings in PA. Consider Mount Snow as being 7Springs times two (without the FoggyGoggle.....nothing compares to the Goggle!!!).

The elevation at Snow is a little more than double the top-to-bottom at Springs and the acreage is double.

Mount Snow has a significant chunk of mountain dedicated to all sorts of park-like play (freestyle), but the North Face has some really nice challenging runs. If you like glades, enter the woods to Boarder's left of the Olympic Trail.....bring your helmet and have all sorts of fun dodging the trees!

If you are intermediate and you are looking to get something more than what we have here in the Mid-Atlantic, Mt Snow will be a great spot for you to hit.
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Thanks so much, you guys have psyched me up for this trip now. It sounds like this mountain will be perfect for me. Now I just have to wait three months! >.< And yes, I have been to Seven Springs, I was younger and it was my first resort, so I don't really remember it : / I'm hopefully going back there this season or next at the latest. Again, thanks for all the advice guys, it's really helped.

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