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  1. #41
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    Newmarket, NH
    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhead View Post
    +1, Jimmy liked Anna, Jimmy slipped a little on the icy spots, but Jimmy still had fun!

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    lol literally

  2. #42
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    Sep 2005
    MA & Fayston, VT
    I can name 5 at Mt Ellen that I skied today - Bravo, Encore, Exterminator, Tumbler and Hammerhead. All of them are natural snow trails.

  3. #43
    Vista Way, Cannon in Spring.
    make snow not war
    Waterville Valley, bought to be sold

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by freeski View Post
    Vista Way, Cannon in Spring.
    True that trail can be a lot of fun when bumped. Good blue trail bump run.

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  5. #45
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    Suburban sprawl north of Boston
    Any trail that has good bumps & snow on it. Don't care what it's named or where it is. As long as it's on the mountain I happen to be skiing that day - that's my favorite.

    Like they say about Tom Brady - his favorite receiver is the open one.

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    Yep, one of the tougher blues I can think of.
    Victoria @ Whiteface [/end topic]

    When they let that bump up it would be a double-diamond elsewhere, and it gets way worse than in this picture. Whiteface in general is "no kid gloves" when it comes to their trail ratings.

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  7. #47
    Quote Originally Posted by WWF-VT View Post
    I can name 5 at Mt Ellen that I skied today - Bravo, Encore, Exterminator, Tumbler and Hammerhead. All of them are natural snow trails.
    How were the conditions up there today?
    2017/2018: Baby Julia born 12/3/2017!
    [Bolton Valley: 2/19] [Bromley: 2/7] [Jay Peak: 4/11, 4/12] [Killington: 12/15, 1/10, 3/15*, 3/24] [Mad River Glen: 2/14, 3/9*] [Magic: 3/8***, 3/23] [Mount Snow: 11/27, 12/22*, 4/19] [Pico: 2/9] [Stowe: 2/15] [Sugarbush: 4/22]

    2016/2017: * = powder day
    [Berkshire East: 1/16, 2/10] [Bolton Valley: 1/1, 2/5*, 2/19] [Burke: 12/17*, 1/28*] [Heavenly: 3/5*, 3/11] [Jay Peak: 1/29*, 4/9] [Jiminy Peak: 11/26] [Killington: 12/4, 12/10, 4/8*, 4/15] [Kirkwood: 3/8] [Mad River Glen: 2/25] [Magic: 2/13*] [Mt Rose: 3/7*] [Mount Snow: 4/3] [Northstar: 3/10] [Okemo: 11/23] [Pico: 1/7*, 2/18, 3/19] [Smuggler’s Notch: 1/22] [Stratton: 2/4] [Stowe: 1/21] [Sugarbush: 1/2] [Telluride: 3/27, 3/28*] [Whiteface: 2/12]

  8. #48
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    Sep 2014
    Northwood, NH (Sunday River, ME)
    Sunday River:
    Upper Downdraft
    Misery Whip
    Winter's way
    Triple Trouble
    Everything Castle Rock
    Outer Limits

  9. #49
    Forgot about Shockwave!! Wonderful trail.

  10. #50

    Incredibly technical and and on a good snow day, amazing to ski! There are some moguls in the woods that I like more but those don't really count as trails. Close tie for second on all of the other trails on Castle Rock peak and a tie for third on any/all natural trails.

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