Killington this weekend

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tee1222

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I like Sunday River as well. That place was our annual trip when we lived in Boston. Always went up on Thursday night so we could get the Friday on the mountain before the hordes arrived. There really is nothing better than skiing/riding a mountain on one of their 'off' days.
I have a mountain crush on Sunday River's for its glades. Best tree runs!
 

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I just noticed from the pic that you ride. 22+ years and still going for me. Arbor element black, 155
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My Mountain List (order of preference, experience, conditions, etc)
  • Mammoth Mountain, CA
  • The Canyons, UT
  • Snowbird, UT
  • Copper Mountain, CO
  • Park City, UT
  • Killington, VT
  • Sunday River, ME
  • Big Bear, CA
  • Okemo, VT
  • Stratton, VT
  • Big Boulder, PA
  • Belleayre, NY
  • Hunter, NY
  • Ski Windham, NY
  • Jack Frost, PA
  • Shawnee, PA
  • Camelback, PA
  • Bromley, VT
  • Pico, VT
  • Mount Snow, VT
  • Campgaw, NJ
  • Butternut, MA
  • Mountain Creek, NJ
I've skied a decent amount in my life and my favorite place is Mt. Snow so I'm surprised that you had it so low.
My order would be:
In Vermont
Mt Snow
Okemo
Stowe
Stratton
Sugarbush
Killington

NY
Whiteface
Windham
Gore
West
Hunter

Only places I have skied out West
Breckinridge and Copper. Both fabulous.

 
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tee1222

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I've skied a decent amount in my life and my favorite place is Mt. Snow so I'm surprised that you had it so low.
My order would be:
In Vermont
Mt Snow
Okemo
Stowe
Stratton
Sugarbush
Killington

NY
Whiteface
Windham
Gore
West
Hunter

Only places I have skied out West
Breckinridge and Copper. Both fabulous.

Only reason Mt Snow is so low for me is that it rained both trips I went. Both in the middle of the winter, but I know it was just luck.
Love Copper. Dropped into one bowl felt like you were looking straight down 90 degrees. Still can't believe I dropped into that thing at the nastiest angle. I don't have the guts at this age.
 
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Only reason Mt Snow is so low for me is that it rained both trips I went. Both in the middle of the winter, but I know it was just luck.
Love Copper. Dropped into one bowl felt like you were looking straight down 90 degrees. Still can't believe I dropped into that thing at the nastiest angle. I don't have the guts at this age.
Grew up in Vermont. Got my first pair of skis when I started walking. Have not skied in a long time, but I've been going downhill for years.
 
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