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View Poll Results: How many resorts have you been to?
1-4 108 32.05%
5-8 99 29.38%
9-13 66 19.58%
14-19 32 9.50%
20-25 13 3.86%
To many to recall... 19 5.64%
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post #11 of 169 (permalink) Old 06-24-2008, 11:54 AM
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MD: Wisp

PA: 7 Springs, Ski Liberty, Ski Whitetail, Ski Roundtop

VT: Killington, Jay Peak, Bolton Valley, Stowe


I think that is all of them...

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hey easy on the cracks about our 400 foot verts.
I worked here (350') and created the trail map.
but live here at Holiday Valley (700')

I can put the kids to bed and get 1.5 - 2hrs of sketch riding at night.


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i'd kill for 700' at a local place more than double what i get. you gotta love a place where you can get from top to bottom in under 15 seconds
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What's even more crazy is that people seem to die every year who fall off the groomers or bump runs.
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NY - Windham, Hunter, Belleayre
NJ - Mountain Creek
PA - Camelback
MA - Jiminy Peak
VT - Killington, Okemo, Mt.Snow, Jay Peak, Ascutney
UT - Brighton, Park City

...only 13
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check this place out, you'll be blown away.
I like how they call the tubing park "Avalanche." Sort of like pushing snow of the roof of the garage I guess....
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It looks like a lot of resorts need to have a sundowner run somewhere.
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Exclamation Roots NZ resorts

This one is the best ones ever! Broken River Ski Area - off piste skiing and snowboarding, Canterbury To get to Broken River, warm up with a short 15min walk to the first rope toe. (chuck your gear on the goods lift)


To have to go to great lengths to ski/snowboard leaves to terrain in great shape for exploration. "Punters" or faint of heart tourists need not bother.


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PA - Camelback, Jack Frost, Big Boulder, Bear Creek (Doe Mtn), Elk, 7Springs, Liberty, Whitetail

MD - Wisp

NH - Loon

ME - Sunday River

CO - Breckenridge, Vail, Keystone, Copper

VT - Jay Peak, Killington

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USA
CA: Northstar, Sierra, Kirkwood, Bear Valley, Dodge Ridge
OR: Timberline, Mt. Hood Meadows

Canada
AB: Norquay, Sunshine Village, Lake Louise
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