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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMadWorld View Post
    Depends on your fancy. Not a ton of trails mentioned offer up consistent bumps all season long, year after year.

    Madmadworld saw a few examples that folks have said like runs at Mount Ellen, Centerline/Chin Clip at Stowe, and Chute at MRG are some of Madmadworld's favorites.



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    Surprised for Sugarbush that The Mall and Black Diamond haven't been mentioned.

    Overall I think Sugarbush is the best mountain for bumps in the East. Killington being second best

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smellytele View Post
    speak about yourself in third person = weird
    Or he forgot what alias he signed in as?.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siliconebobsquarepants View Post
    Or he forgot what alias he signed in as?.....


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    Two of my favorites:

    Chin Clip at Stowe

    Blockbuster at Plattekill
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    Two of my favorites:

    Chin Clip at Stowe

    Blockbuster at Plattekill
    Love Chin clip - not you normal straight wide bump run. it is a classic NE trail twisty with bumps and no way to escape.

    Do like Hurricane at Pats as well. Nice steep bump run - never groomed
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    Skidder at Sugarloaf is impressive for the length, width, and pitch of bumps that are regularly maintained all season

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    Quote Originally Posted by slatham View Post
    Sugarbush bump run and FIS isn't listed?
    Every time I was on FIS it was not bumped. You are talking ME side right? Then again I only skied Sugarbush during Ride and Ski weekend late season when ME was closed. I only listed the trails that I remembered. I skied Steins on May 1st on a free day and the bumps were beautiful large corn snow bumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin View Post
    Dave, we need to talk. You move out west and do more posting here than when you did during shitty times in the east.

    I expect more skiing pics!
    That is because I know many of the characters here, like ski talk and this forum is way better than Epic ski. I post TR every weekend.



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    BTW I have also skied many of those trails when groomed flat Steins, Superstar, Cannon F5, Lost Boyz, to list a few. Depends what the winter is like.

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