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12-31-2012 08:22 PM
eli783 My buddies and I usually leave from nyc and go to camelback, hunter mountain or windham. For longer trips, we do go to vermont but unfortunately for you, not on weekends. If you wanna tag along on our weekday trips, feel free to pm me. Were always looking for ppl to split gas with lol
12-30-2012 11:23 PM
Jason I would say the majority of people are in their 20's - mid 30's. You have all types of riders and skiers. I've gone twice this season and we had almost a full bus both times. You ride on a coach bus. They play movies on the way back but I would suggest bringing a laptop or something you can charge your phone with because you will get bored.
12-30-2012 10:38 PM
mov.eax
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If you can't find anyone to go with, here are some sites I use for bus trips.

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Snowbirds Ski Tours >> Long Island Bus Trips >> January 2013

Browse our Ski Trips for Long Island, NY

None of them go to Jay Peak but Stratton, Okemo, Killington and Mount Snow are nice mountains. Mount Snow is ~3:30 hours from the city and has a good park.
Thanks for the link Jason, how many and what type of people head up with these tours? Will definitely make use of them as they seem to go up fairly frequently...
12-30-2012 09:38 PM
Jason If you can't find anyone to go with, here are some sites I use for bus trips.

Constant Contact EventSpot

Snowbirds Ski Tours >> Long Island Bus Trips >> January 2013

Browse our Ski Trips for Long Island, NY

None of them go to Jay Peak but Stratton, Okemo, Killington and Mount Snow are nice mountains. Mount Snow is ~3:30 hours from the city and has a good park.
12-30-2012 09:14 PM
mov.eax
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Hmm, sounds interesting, but I don't do park, and wouldn't go to jay or stowe to do so. Does sound interesting though, on Long Island and have ride with snow tires.
Where do you recommend? Not to fussed about park, im kinda learning the park but would prefer to have some fun with like minded people than specifically hit the park.

If you are keen and know of a decent spot, dont hold back, spit it out Im new around here so happy to listen to those who know...
12-30-2012 09:06 PM
Efilnikufesin Hmm, sounds interesting, but I don't do park, and wouldn't go to jay or stowe to do so. Does sound interesting though, on Long Island and have ride with snow tires.
12-30-2012 08:59 PM
mov.eax
Looking to head up from NYC early Jan..Anyone want to join me?

Hey all,

Im a lone Aussie here in NYC for work and looking to head up to Vermont either first or second weekend of Jan. I was already in Stowe last weekend and enjoyed it, looking to head to Jay Peak this time. Happy to hire car or go by plane but would be great if I can find some people to head up and hit the park with...Hit me up if anyone is interested...

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