Rewarding the new Kings of Spring

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    Rewarding the new Kings of Spring

    I think that any resort running lifts after this weekend deserves recognition until the beginning of next season. A sticky in the skiing/riding section acknowledging those northeast resorts would be appropriate.

    The one to stay open the longest should be known as the Ace of Spring.




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    Take Killington off the list!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boston_e View Post
    Take Killington off the list!!!!

    That was pretty much the point

    Here's what I see for the list

    Bretton Woods (got in a Monday after that weekend)
    Jay Peak
    Mt Snow
    Sugarbush
    Sugarloaf
    Sunday River
    Wildcat
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    I would say everything but Bretton Woods there. Anyone who lasted until the last weekend is King of Spring, except the Ace, who will it be? Sugarbush... Loaf?

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    I will venture a guess that Sugarloaf will be the 2008 King of Spring...
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    I second the motion on Sugarloaf.
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