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03-13-2014 06:56 PM
Psi-Man It rained in Southern VT then turned to back snow....go further north
03-13-2014 05:07 PM
Handbanana Lol, I always thought pico's reports were the go to for the real conditions at Killington.
03-13-2014 04:44 PM
surfinsnow
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Originally Posted by Handbanana View Post
Bromley doesnt sound like they got much snow though. Pico looks like it did
Pico is owned by Killington, so they probably lied. They're all in the same area. Everyone in Vermont got snow, and some got LOTS of snow. Bromley is a good bet for a more quiet mountain with good terrain. Pico shares lift tix with Killington, so if it's a busy weekend you'll get more of "those people" coming over…but otherwise Pico is fun. Point is, Bromley and Pico are both sloppy seconds to other nearby mountains (Killington/Pico -- Stratton/Bromley) so you tend to get a more mellow experience with less of the weekend warrior crowd.
03-13-2014 04:28 PM
Handbanana
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Originally Posted by surfinsnow View Post
Pico or Bromley are good bets. Pretty quiet with good terrain. I wouldn't recommend Magic, although you can guarantee it won't be groomed.
Bromley doesnt sound like they got much snow though. Pico looks like it did
03-13-2014 04:23 PM
surfinsnow
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Go to a quiet mountain and you will be most likely to find the most powder ex: Magic Mountain, Pico...
Pico or Bromley are good bets. Pretty quiet with good terrain. I wouldn't recommend Magic, although you can guarantee it won't be groomed.
03-13-2014 04:18 PM
RightCoastShred Go to a quiet mountain and you will be most likely to find the most powder ex: Magic Mountain, Pico...
03-13-2014 04:12 PM
surfinsnow
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About 2 hours.
BWHAHA! You're being generous! But to the OP, don't worry...come on up (or stay away, actually, it's gonna be crowded after all the snow we just got). The weather will be cold so the snow will remain soft. It will be mostly groomed, but depending upon where you go there will still be stashes. Don't ask me to tell you where, though.
03-13-2014 03:55 PM
gnarkill283 Thanks for the quick responses. Thats too bad but I might still go.
03-13-2014 03:45 PM
aiidoneus About 2 hours.
03-13-2014 03:44 PM
LuckyRVA For the most part everything will be tracked out and or groomed by the time you get there. You may find the occational stash in the glades. Snow will still be soft though so hit it up anyway.
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