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12-23-2010 01:03 AM
ski_trip Try sugarbush resort, the weather isn't too snowy and its a perfect getaway for skiers and travelers.
12-18-2010 08:08 PM
Swamppossum I live about an hour from Seven Springs and its a nice resort! Seems like there is plenty to do and I went riding last weekend and conditions were good for the east coast! Also I just moved back from FLA and it was my 1st time riding in 5 years. If we get a nice winter there is also Blue Knob Resort. Its actualy closer to me but Seven springs currently has better conditions and Deals. One cool thing about Blue Knob though, once u get your lift ticket u can immediatley make a run cuz da lodge is at the top of the hill. Any way those are 2 decent Ski resorts in Pa.
12-18-2010 05:54 PM
Rip and Ship
Originally Posted by Psi-Man View Post
In NH, the only place with a decent night life is N. Conway. You also have the option of a couple pretty good mountains - Wildcat being #1 on my list.
My buddies and I always head to N Conway for a long weekend. What are some good bars in Conway?

I forget the name of the place we've gone to but it has a huge sign out front bragging about their roast beef. Unfortunately that roast beef still hangs around at night
12-13-2010 07:48 PM
lannalee802 Check out the Barn and Barrels websites....those are by far the best places to go!

index.html - Wobbly Barn

Pickle Barrel Nightclub, Killington VT - Best Live Music, Bar and Nightlife - The House That Rocks Killington
12-12-2010 10:53 PM
Originally Posted by bassholic View Post
killington 1/2 -1/7, i'll report back afterward

I will be there from 1/2 - 1/5 .. cant wait.. Staying at Cascade Lodge.. anyone ever stay there before? Is wobbly/pickel open every night?
12-10-2010 11:17 AM
Originally Posted by bxnykbridge View Post
thanks for the checkin out vrbo do i find pinnacle cuz i see like hundreds of other private condos?? n bigtime good lookin out..ill pm u in a bit
Here's a great resource. Condos and lift tickets together on the drunk bus route, at the base of the mountain. Banchi Outdoor Adventures I don't rep for them, but I've gotten decent deals from them and this seems like it'll be perfect for what you're looking for with your trip.

As for fun.......Happy Hour is always fun and every place has a different scene. Some good spots for happy hour are The Lookout, Sushi Yoshi, Baja Burrito, and the place that is a caboose....might be called the Caboose. They don't do specials but they do give out free wings.

Everything is located along a single stretch (with a few off-shoot roads) of Killington Road from the State Route to the Mtn. That being said, DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE. I have been pulled over 4 times in VT (Sober every time) and I have 2 friends that have a DUIs in VT (and they're PA boys who were visiting).

For night activity: As stated before, the best spots are the Wobbly and The Pickle. Check their events calendars because they can get some good names to come in. There is also some swanky-danky loungeish spot called The Garlic.

For the Mtn.....depending on what you like, you'll find it all. I'm a woods kind of guy, so I'm always hiding in the glades.....or what should be glades but aren't labeled as such.
12-10-2010 10:32 AM
--bigtime-- Best place to stay on Killington Road by far is The Mountain Sports Inn. Very reasonably priced. Super clean. Friendly staff. Good food. 3min drive to K-1 parking lot. And oh yeah, they have a seperate room dedicated to boarders for tuning/waxing.
Tell Bob that Dan from Long Island sent ya.

And as far as the question about the shuttle, it runs every hour at :40 past right now. And no, you do not need to show any proof you are staying at a mountain resort.

Also, if you'll be needing board repair just use the Kill. Mtn. Staff. Rod and Jack are some of the nicest dudes around and they certainly hooked me up with an awesome epoxy job, edge sharpen and base wax for stupid cheap.

Lastly, for gear go to Darksiders. Gonna def get my next pair of boots from them. Done with chancing my fit with online retailers. Boards and binders are one thing, but you GOTTA try on boots. Learned the hard way.
12-10-2010 12:22 AM
NYCboarder are the zhuttles at killington to the bar available only to people who stay at the resort? any1 know of cheep lodging by killington.. evwn a bed and breakdasr willl do fine
12-09-2010 07:09 PM
bxnykbridge thanks for the checkin out vrbo do i find pinnacle cuz i see like hundreds of other private condos?? n bigtime good lookin out..ill pm u in a bit
12-09-2010 06:34 PM
baldylox Pinnacle Condos.....go on VRBO
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