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12-28-2009 09:30 AM
MQue Sorry but lifts are twice as much for decent mtns.
12-26-2009 03:54 AM
SkullShank if you're in boston, and down for a quick ride up to NH, we have plenty of cheaper options.

check out
NH Family Ski Resort - Kids Ski Camp- Alpine Skiing in New Hampshire Family Ski area teaching Skiing Snowboarding, Kids learn to ski programs, plus Stay and Ski Packages KingPine Ski Resort
Pats Peak NH Ski Resort
Ski & Ride with the whole family in New Hampshire | Crotched Mountain
Nashoba Valley Ski Area

they all have pretty cheap rates, and offer halfday and night rates.

lemme know if you wanna come up sometime. im right off route 3 exit 2, and would be willing to drive to the mtn if you drove up to my place.

theres also mcintyre in manchester, but we went last sunday and they only had one trail open. it was only day 2 of their open season, but cmon...$29 for one trail? if they open the rest of the trails it might be worth the $29, but it's no loon. is it even a mountain? lol
12-21-2009 10:01 AM
snoeboarder boston and nyc are where people make good mooola, and your sweating 40-50 for a ticket? maybe you are poor, i dont make a generous salary either, do you have a job?
12-18-2009 03:02 PM
SpAcEmAn SpLiFF and how do i have negative credits?!?! oh noooooesssss
12-18-2009 03:00 PM
boston/nyc members

i live in boston most of the year and im from nyc. im also poor. what are the cheapest ways for me to go ride? i cant be paying $40-$50 a lift ticket

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