Definately a sub par season for me. Got somewhere in the area of 45 days. Didn't get out west for the 1st time in about 20 years. Camelback was ok. They certainly made the most of what they were presented with weatherwise. They were able to get the entire mountain open by mid January and rode it out till mid March but with the exception of a few days it wasn't vintage Camelback skiing. Got to Vermont about 15 days with mixed results as well. Some good days, some not so good days. Had some injury problems as well with some back issues in January and a tweeked knee in February. I'm in the camp that this was the worst year weatherwise I have ever experienced in 45+ years of skiing so I shed no tears when it ended for me March 18th about a month earlier then normal. Glad its in the rearview mirror and really looking forward to next season already. Got the dry land training already in progress trying to be in top shape for November. Early prognostications from weather guru's I follow say that next year figures to be much different from this past season so the stoke factor will be rising daily during the summer months.
Lake Hopatcong, NJ