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yeah...probably been 10 years at least. it looks like they're trying to build the town back up again but it will be tough in this economy. the weather we've been getting this season im sure has helped though, along with all the summer activity that has started up in the past 5-7 years.
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The ziplines are actually pretty cool. My girl and I are going to head back to do the big one they put in (runs 500ft in the air).


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Killington = the Jersey Shore with snowpants
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Killington = the Jersey Shore with snowpants
what is your suggestion as an alternative?

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Ummmmm Killington doesnt really reflect good nightlife...it reflects expensive nightlife...
no it reflects A nightlife. about the only night life around.

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what is your suggestion as an alternative?
I don't have one. I take day trips most of the time, so am long gone from the area by the time the sun goes down. That said, please, please, please keep going to Killington!
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what is your suggestion as an alternative?
Bolton. Go night riding then hit Church Street in Burlington for the rest of the night. :-D I go to college 5 minutes away from Church St as well as most of the mountains (little bit longer) so thats a typical go-to plan. :-D
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Bolton. Go night riding then hit Church Street in Burlington for the rest of the night. :-D I go to college 5 minutes away from Church St as well as most of the mountains (little bit longer) so thats a typical go-to plan. :-D
I'd go to Stowe over Bolton. If my memory serves me, Bolton has a lot of flat spots mid-mountain...
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The flat spots at Bolton aren't that bad, you just have to figure out alt. routes or carry some speed.
Or pay $89 for a lift ticket at Stowe.......no kidding.
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Yeah, Stowe does have a lot more but Bolton is cheaper and has a few parks in it, one of which is the Burton Progression... Something I really want to hit by the end of the season. Plus, a night pass to Bolton is only $20.
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