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vknyvz 02-12-2014 12:58 PM

Our Washington's Birthday Weekend
 
Simple question;

So where would you go for 3 days?

I am thinking Jay Peak, and only because I never been there. Yup 6.5 hours away oh well.

We can't mountain jump because you tend to save money when you buy multiple tickets

Accoring to weather.gov New York and New England area supposed to get 8-14 inches of snow, not much for vermont wow dudes

ksup3erb 02-12-2014 01:08 PM

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Originally Posted by vknyvz (Post 1530665)
Simple question;

So where would you go for 3 days?

I am thinking Jay Peak, and only because I never been there. Yup 6.5 hours away oh well.

We can't mountain jump because you tend to save money when you buy multiple tickets

Accoring to weather.gov New York and New England area supposed to get 8-14 inches of snow, not much for vermont wow dudes

I'm afraid everywhere is going to be mobbed this weekend, which is why I'm going up Friday with hopes to miss the crowds.

Haven't been to Jay either but I would think it's going to be less crowded given its location and proximity to Canada (which doesn't have a long weekend, right?)

I would suggest Sugarloaf, the mountain is great but there is literally nothing around it to do afterward.

ekb18c 02-12-2014 01:26 PM

I would go to Jay Peak as it's pretty awesome especially if they are getting lots of snow.

Even though it's 6.5 hours away, the last hour or so is nothing because no one goes that far up north so no one is on the road.

Why take lifts when you can take the tram all the way? Go through the trees because that's where all the wind pushes the snow to anyways.

vknyvz 02-12-2014 02:10 PM

sugarloaf ok let me research that too, never been to that too,

for some reson forecast doesn't show much snow that far, more snow to upstate new york area, how can that be

Deimus85 02-12-2014 02:54 PM

I would go to Jay Peak. I have never been there, but I have always heard amazing things. And because it is so far from everything else, you won't find the same crowds that you will find at closer mountains.

I think I am going to Hunter Saturday and Creek Sunday.

vknyvz 02-12-2014 03:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Deimus85 (Post 1531009)
I would go to Jay Peak. I have never been there, but I have always heard amazing things. And because it is so far from everything else, you won't find the same crowds that you will find at closer mountains.

I think I am going to Hunter Saturday and Creek Sunday.

creek dude are you sure? you making a mistake, it will be packed with new jersey shore douche bags

ekb18c 02-12-2014 03:20 PM

I would stay away from Creek unless you want your board to get stolen. Plus it's so trashy..

LuckyRVA 02-12-2014 03:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Deimus85 (Post 1531009)
I think I am going to Hunter Saturday and Creek Sunday.

Both places will be an absolute shit show this weekend.

Deimus85 02-12-2014 03:37 PM

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Originally Posted by LuckyRVA (Post 1531097)
Both places will be an absolute shit show this weekend.

I know, but I don't know anyone who will want to go up to Vermont with me.

Hunter isn't bad if you get to the mountain for first tracks, even on a crowded weekend day.

ekb18c 02-12-2014 03:44 PM

At hunter if you stay on the blacks and double blacks you should be fine. But greens or blues = bleh..


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