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03-21-2014 03:28 AM
Evizzle Thanks, Kenai, I live in Minnesota. No way in hell I'm staying Midwest or going east if I'm flying this time of year. Just wondering where out west will give me good conditions in mid April.
03-20-2014 09:33 PM
Kenai I assume no one is seriously suggesting that the OP travel to New England or the Midwest (for God's sake, the Midwest?) for spring riding. If (s)he lives in those places, (s)he already knows the conditions and is ready to travel and if (s)he does not live there (s)he should most certainly not make a trip to visit for snowboarding. I am not trying to demean those areas for locals, but they are not destination spots for snowboarding. I understand people drive for many hours and I get it, but if you are flying already fly West. One can usually get to CO/SLC/NorCal for essentially the same price and the mountains are infinitely better.
03-20-2014 09:07 PM
jwelsh83 Jackson is still pretty prime and they're still getting dumped on. I think they're somewhere around 450" for the year so far at peak. I went in late February and it was ridiculous! Check Stowe, VT too. It's a great time out there as well!
03-20-2014 07:59 PM
andrewdod i was riding the first week of may last year in NH, and if we keep getting snow like this ill be riding until june. but that is very unlikely because things deteriorate fast when it gets warm.
03-20-2014 07:34 PM
RightCoastShred East coast (Vermont) is having a pretty good extended season. 2 feet last week, a foot this week and its snowing as we speak. Would not be surprised if some resorts are open till may with the cold that were stuck in right now.
03-20-2014 07:07 PM
irrballsac Anyone doing any boarding in the Seattle area the 6th, 7th, 8th of April?
I think Sunday I'll be at baker, Monday and Tuesday are still open, but I'm thinking of Stevens pass, crystal mountain, or maybe whistler if conditions are right.
03-17-2014 03:57 PM
kalev
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Originally Posted by Kpaulmert View Post
What's everyone think about Big White from the second to the sixth of April. I just got pricing from them and it's pretty reasonable. Just worried about weather.
Its only my first season at Big White, so I'm not sure, but the weather right now is good (daytime highs around -3 with a few cms of new snow every day)

Website says it will be open until Apr 13th. At the very least, there should be a good party vibe (loads of Aussies up there) with sunshine, bikinis etc

Can always come down to the valley and hit the beach too
03-17-2014 11:21 AM
Kpaulmert Just booked in Breckenridge for first week of april. First trip out west can't wait
03-10-2014 11:16 PM
PalmerFreak Oh my.........
03-10-2014 08:52 PM
Ravaging Rami
Midwest has good snow too!

Depending on your location, Granite Peak in Wausau, Wisconsin has a great blend of everything. Glades, park, and plenty of shred-ready trails. They also do a great job with grooming and general up-keep of the hill.
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