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  1. #11
    Adirondacks including Backcountry: http://www.lakeplacid.com/cross-country-ski-conditions

    Thunderbolt: http://www.thunderboltskirun.com/skiing.html

    Last edited by Jisch; Jan 13, 2011 at 12:14 PM.
    Two wheels, two skis, two feet, whatever...

  2. #12
    Most of the Dacks are ready.

  3. #13
    Not the report I got from someone that was up in Giant Mtn Wilderness

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by skimore View Post
    Not the report I got from someone that was up in Giant Mtn Wilderness
    I would not go to Giant Skiing. They are not in the snow belt and it is barely ever skiable. I would take your buddies report though he probably knows more than me

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by tjf67 View Post
    I would take your buddies report though he probably knows more than me
    That's fer sure

  6. #16
    Anybody know if the Thunderbolt got significant snow from this storm? it looks like the storm was a bit too far south and east for Adams.

    We had 19 inches here in NYC... I hate when it snows in the wrong places!!!

  7. #17
    The Thunderbolt only got an inch or 2. Nothing significant. But conditions remain excellent.

    http://www.thunderboltskirun.com/skiing.html

  8. #18
    Did thunderbolt last weekend. Was cold as hell, and conditions were variable, but very skiable. Should be a whole nother ballgame after this next storm system hits it. Wouldn't want to be the first one breaking trail after that!

    skinned up sweetheart mountain in central CT yesterday, and breaking trail was pretty lousy. There was a crust layer about 8" under the surface powder that broke easily, but not easily enough to not constantly get stuck going up as well as down. Better than sitting in lift lines in VT though!




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    For ski trips to any of the AMC huts (especially Cardigan and Pinkham Notch/Sherburne): http://www.outdoors.org/recreation/t...ry-weather.cfm
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    FWIW AMC is running their spring skiing deal at Joe Dodge Lodge. It is the bed and breakfast deal (mention the "Tucks" deal when you call). $54 for nonmembers, $50 for members. This is how I did my bachelor party last year and it was a blast.

    http://www.outdoors.org/lodging/whit...rograms.cfm#LS
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