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Old 12-06-2013, 01:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking to get my first day in this year, but I have no clue where to go as many mountains have shutdown mid week and are now opening again this weekend.

My mountain of choice is usually Blue Mountain as its closest, but they usually don't have features up until after December.

Who has a features to hit as well as trails open right now? My cousin is a skier so he wants trails and I like to hit kickers and park some.
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I'm looking to get my first day in this year, but I have no clue where to go as many mountains have shutdown mid week and are now opening again this weekend.

My mountain of choice is usually Blue Mountain as its closest, but they usually don't have features up until after December.

Who has a features to hit as well as trails open right now? My cousin is a skier so he wants trails and I like to hit kickers and park some.
Are you looking for somewhere within a certain driving distance? I am heading up to Hunter because they are getting over 6 inches of snow tonight.
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Are you looking for somewhere within a certain driving distance? I am heading up to Hunter because they are getting over 6 inches of snow tonight.
Yeah, I think NY is a bit too far for me. As it is, Blue Mountain is 2 hours away. The local mountains for me I think are Camelback, Blue, Jack Frost & Big Boulder.
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Best bet would probably be jfbb, although Blue had some nice side jumps this past weekend on Lazy
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Best bet would probably be jfbb, although Blue had some nice side jumps this past weekend on Lazy
My favorite trail in Eastern PA for sure.
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