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Ice coast riders-What's your favorite mountain and trail at the mountain

Quick question for the unfortunate ones (Including me) that live on the ice coast. What's your favorite mountain? Also, what's your favorite trail at that mountain.

My favorite mountain is probably Gore (When the conditions are good) and my favorite trail/run is The Rumor at Gore. (Again, when the conditions are good)
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Okemo, and my favorite trail is Noreaster.
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Mount Snow. Now that all of Corinthia is terrain park, it is hard to beat, but I also love just bombing across Snowdance.
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Mount Snow. Now that all of Corinthia is terrain park, it is hard to beat, but I also love just bombing across Snowdance.
Oh, damn i completely forgot about that. Carinthia is so sick.
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That's a tough one...

I love Alonquin at Belleyare - the absolute steepest slope I have ever been on..
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Mountain creek,(cause its the closes one to me) and it would be the main run from the cab ride(sorry cant think of the name right now) Stratton all of them, love stratton, Killington northeastern that long flat, I like riding flats Camelback mostly every trail, cause its super easy and fun to just chill. as for Mt.Snow, not really a fan of this place went last week for the first time and didnt like Carintha, full of dip-shit kids who think they're super thugs not feeling it. And whats up with everything closing @ 5pm? But my Gf seemed to like Long John and Deer run that trail was nice and mellow nice to play with flat ground tricks.
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I'd have to say Blue Moon and Vortex at Okemo.
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Loon, depends on the day and how well they groomed.

Lower Northstar, Coolidge St., Upper and lower walking boss. Best mountain for carving in the east.
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Loon, depends on the day and how well they groomed.

Lower Northstar, Coolidge St., Upper and lower walking boss. Best mountain for carving in the east.
Yeah, i love loon, but it gets ridiculously crowded there sometimes.
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Yeah, i love loon, but it gets ridiculously crowded there sometimes.
In previous years it definitely does get packed, but nothing compared to killington or any major mountain in central or southern VT. The longest line I waited in this year was maybe ten minutes (christmas break). Usually less than 5. The poor economy was probably to blame for the lack of crowds during non holiday weekends. This season's conditions were epic!
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