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I'll be riding there from March 2nd until March 11th, with the exception of that Monday. Always trying to meet people at the Loaf, but no one from SBF ever seems to make it up there. I'm an instructor there as well, in case you want a lesson or sick tour of all the awesome spots. 17 inches over the last week. 4 yesterday. More to come. If you find yourself looking for a sick mountain you have never ridden before, and you think Killington has too many people... buck up, make the drive and come to Sugarloaf.

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Have been up there a few times, probably my favorite east coast place. Wish I could head up there now, but hoping for some sweet spring riding in April up there.
 

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Riding up at the Loaf is spectacular right now. Every night or so for the last week there has been 1 or 2 inches, just mountain flurries when it is raining even 500 feet lower in elevation. The snow is great and all the terrain is open. I was riding out in the Phase 2 of Bracket Basin and it was amazing!
 
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