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04-11-2014 08:34 PM
Simon Birch
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Cannon is a lot of fun, and since it's out if the way, not too crowded. Those steeps you see from the highway, running down to the lake, are great. I've only been once, just about a month ago, and really liked the variety of terrain and old school vibe. And it's a lot bigger than it looks.
Maybe I'll make a stop here on my way to Jay Peak or back depending on the time of year I go, thanks for the info.
04-11-2014 08:58 AM
td.1000
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And hot French girls.
Woah! I'm from Quebec and I find that insensitive an offensive! They're hot French-speaking girls, not hot French girls.
04-11-2014 08:21 AM
surfinsnow
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I had a great three day run out there, Jay Peak is way better than anything we have down here in VA. Couldn't beat the price either, we got lift tickets that came with the condo we stayed in. The advice I received on this thread helped a lot and saved me a lot of time so thanks again everyone.

Driving back I passed Cannon Mountain which looked interesting, might have to check that place out next winter when I visit family again in New England.
Cannon is a lot of fun, and since it's out if the way, not too crowded. Those steeps you see from the highway, running down to the lake, are great. I've only been once, just about a month ago, and really liked the variety of terrain and old school vibe. And it's a lot bigger than it looks.
04-11-2014 08:15 AM
Simon Birch I had a great three day run out there, Jay Peak is way better than anything we have down here in VA. Couldn't beat the price either, we got lift tickets that came with the condo we stayed in. The advice I received on this thread helped a lot and saved me a lot of time so thanks again everyone.

Driving back I passed Cannon Mountain which looked interesting, might have to check that place out next winter when I visit family again in New England.
04-10-2014 02:15 PM
SnowDogWax Thanks, no passport, will keep that in mind for another year. Got a season pass here at Jay Peak,
04-10-2014 01:41 PM
surfinsnow
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Groomed runs still fast. Flyer express was not running. So I hit state side. The Jet slope was holding up & still firm, Derrick Hot Shot was chopped up but fast as hell, tree runs and moguls are just spring perfect, no ice no slush just soft enough to enjoy. Looking forward to the next 9 days here to finish my season.
Dude, if you're there for nine days, head up to Sutton, Quebec (got a passport?). Great tree runs, serious steeps, very different terrain than anything you'll find in Vermont. And hot French girls.
04-10-2014 12:38 PM
SnowDogWax
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How was it?
Groomed runs still fast. Flyer express was not running. So I hit state side. The Jet slope was holding up & still firm, Derrick Hot Shot was chopped up but fast as hell, tree runs and moguls are just spring perfect, no ice no slush just soft enough to enjoy. Looking forward to the next 9 days here to finish my season.
04-10-2014 11:10 AM
vknyvz great mountain man, gooo, with great snow coverage, we stayed thee for 3 days too but the second day too much wind, gondola was closed and 3rd day it was open after 2. but nevertheless great place

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the best night life will be the water park I think
lol are you sure? it was full with kids,
04-10-2014 09:49 AM
Jem
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Ready to head back to Jay Peak today. Hope the weather holds upů.
How was it?
04-09-2014 09:23 AM
Psi-Man Moon (Half moon), Bush Wacker, and Kokomo glades pretty much have a groomed trail running through them. You can pop in and out at your leisure for more fun. Buck Woods (listed as Black) and Quarter moon are nice intermediate glades, which are fun to pop into if you are coming back from State side to Tram side off of taxi.

The Tram is a lot of fun, I highly recommend it. It's too bad the Jay Peak meet threads are long gone because there was a ton of info, pics, and videos of Jay.
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