Will do friend.
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Will do friend.
Thinking of that too.
My friend had one of the older Love boards and wasn't able to ride at some mountains.
Sounds like Gun Barrel at Heavenly.
That was a great story. Wish the dude followed up more.
I'm not a fan of them. I'm on the taller side and usually have to duck to get the gates to open up. A buddy of mine who is paralyzed and rides in a sit ski has it worse. He would need the card taped...
That's what I'm hearing. I imagine it's a blast when there is snow.
Will try to crack 40 with going out to Tahoe.
Check out Pico sometime. It's a refreshing alternative to the Killington hustle and bustle.
Sent you a PM
"Lighten up, Francis"
Cool to see these small places still kickin it.
I was skiing with Kleetus at Jay a few years ago and I fell into one. Not even a ton of fresh snow. They're out there for sure.
It's been pretty cold, is your heat on higher than average?
What is the condition of your shingles? If you're going to re shingle soon, make sure to use ice and water shield the first 4 feet of your roof. This will help tremendously, but it needs to be done...
I followed one set of tracks left because it looked pretty untouched and a little more open, and it was for a few yards then it thickened right back up. It was extremely challenging but I enjoyed it....
Yeah I took that line left! Very technical run. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Wish it wasn't a race day though, I can only handle so many chairs with high schoolers.
I found thin cover in every bit of woods I went into. I know I didn't hit them all, but I think I hit the best spots according to your map. I got into areas of knee deep stuff as well. It was pretty...
I think these were the woods off UMass. Very comparable to the trees left of the Red Chair at Magic, as Tuna said.
I was there today, definitely some good terrain in the trees. I used Tuna's map from the other Beast trip report. # 5 glades (off Umass?) are pretty steep and require some technical skiing. VERY thin...
Gore in the 'Dacks handles the crowds very well. You can basically almost ski on most lifts, just stay away from the Gondola.
On my way!
Might check out this place today. Anyone know how much snow they got in the last storm?
Similar situation last year when I went. Still had a blast.
That's been the case this season