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03-31-2014 06:20 AM
LuckyRVA They probably have one more weekend left. But, much won't be left.
03-30-2014 09:16 PM
Bertieman Mount snow is probably finished for the season eh? Their website says, "Due to icing, we will be skiing and riding on groomed terrain only via lower and mid mountain lifts".
03-30-2014 08:04 PM
LuckyRVA Slush and water puddles
03-30-2014 04:30 PM
Bertieman
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Rain rain and more rain. Shiiii...
Bummer. Riding in slush the whole day?
03-30-2014 10:02 AM
LuckyRVA Rain rain and more rain. Shiiii...
03-30-2014 02:50 AM
LuckyRVA Yeah, on my way there. I'll update later with the conditions.
03-29-2014 09:15 PM
Bertieman
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Speaking of Mt Snow. Anyone going this weekend? I'll be there on Sunday.
You still going? I was thinking about it earlier, but from the looks of this rain I'm going to wait for next weekend. Hopefully saturday is good there.
03-28-2014 03:33 PM
LuckyRVA Speaking of Mt Snow. Anyone going this weekend? I'll be there on Sunday.
03-28-2014 12:34 PM
Bertieman
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Join the Connecticut Ski Council (you don't have to ski or live in Connecticut). They have a lodge at Mt. Snow, so lift tickets are always $45, even on holidays and blackouts. It's a fun mountain. Great park if you're into that, but nothing too challenging. The "North Face" is all diamonds, but they're really just steep blues. Ripcord, though, is steep shit. It gets busy on weekends because it's so close to NY/CT. But they have lots of lifts, so there are always ways to find your way to the top.

Stratton can be a zoo on weekends. Everyone likes the gondola, so lines can be long. It's got some fun diamonds, but a weird layout. The greens absolutely SUCK for snowboarding. Super flat. You really need to know your way around to make the most of it. Kidderbrook and Middlebrook are fun, but shitty to get to on a board. Seriously…Google the Connecticut Ski Council and look at their "Awareness Days" calendar. I think it's a much better deal than a ski pass which limits you to a couple of mountains.
Awesome reply. I posted a thread in the new england section inquiring about a ski/board club, but no responses, so you definitely answered that for me.
03-28-2014 11:09 AM
surfinsnow Join the Connecticut Ski Council (you don't have to ski or live in Connecticut). They have a lodge at Mt. Snow, so lift tickets are always $45, even on holidays and blackouts. It's a fun mountain. Great park if you're into that, but nothing too challenging. The "North Face" is all diamonds, but they're really just steep blues. Ripcord, though, is steep shit. It gets busy on weekends because it's so close to NY/CT. But they have lots of lifts, so there are always ways to find your way to the top.

Stratton can be a zoo on weekends. Everyone likes the gondola, so lines can be long. It's got some fun diamonds, but a weird layout. The greens absolutely SUCK for snowboarding. Super flat. You really need to know your way around to make the most of it. Kidderbrook and Middlebrook are fun, but shitty to get to on a board. Seriously…Google the Connecticut Ski Council and look at their "Awareness Days" calendar. I think it's a much better deal than a ski pass which limits you to a couple of mountains.
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