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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-02-2008, 07:53 PM Thread Starter
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Where to go in the Boston area around Christmas

Hi all,

I am visiting my sister in Boston for Christmas and would like to take her snowboarding. What's a good place around there to go?


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Good place don't know...

Best place Jay Peak, Vermont. It's a 4hour drive I think, but if the conditions are good and you're intermediate/advance level, that place is amazing. Best riding in the east coast.
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Hm, well she doesn't have a car. Maybe her roommates might want to go

4 hours is nothing, compared to our 10-hour drives to Tahoe. HAHAHHA!


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well then do it, that place is a blast. It has to be by far the best place in the east coast by far.
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I'm intermediate, and my sister has never gone before! hahah

This is gonna end well.


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Then I might change my mind, you see the only reason this place is so amazing is because of the glades and blacks it has. For an intermediate and beginner it might be a bit boring as their blue tend to be few and crowded.

A resort a little better you might be Smuggs, Stowe, or Sugar Bush, those are the ones I been too. There are many more but I don't have any feedback from them.
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Yeah I don't really mind cruising the blues as long as I'm with sis.

If I were with some intermediate-advanced friends though, we'd totally be fiending for blacks!


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