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    Your 2019-2020 Season Thread

    1. Nov 16, Killington 2. Nov 16, Killington 3. Nov 26, Loon 4. Nov 28, Sunday River 5. Nov 29, Sunday River 6. Dec 1, Sunday River 7. Dec 19, Brighton 8. Dec 20, Snowbird 9. Dec 21, Brighton 10. Dec 22, Alta 11. Dec 23, Snowbird 12. Dec 24, Snowbird 13. Dec 25, Alta 14. Dec 26, Alta 15. Dec 27...
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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    Tomorrow has pretty strong wind from the west. Which lift are less likely to be affected from west wind in your opinion? Trying to decide whether we should go to my Ellen or Lincoln peak? Thanks
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    Big Sky

    Yes, the top to bottom bumps at lone wolf chair is good. There are 1-2 tree runs off ramcharger and swiftcurrent are fun. Some runs off sixshooters are fun. I guess part of the reason I didn't find it memorable is that I skied Alta/Bird right before and after, both are fully open with a few...
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    Big Sky

    Well, we hired a guide to show us around for a whole day. He had 11 seasons at big sky, skied every run there. He showed us all sorts of powder stash, and took us to some challenging terrain that was open, including a headwater chute, and a line from lone peak. That probably should be considered...
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    Big Sky

    Bigger version of Sunday River! This is so spot on for Big Sky (minus lone tree/head water of course). Haha. I heard the best way to get vert in one run is to go from lone peak to north summit field to great falls all the way to madison base, which seems to be a good option when things are open.
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    Big Sky

    For rental car, use autoslach.com which will automatically check if there is cheaper price for rental car. If you start refreshing way ahead of time you can find good price.
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    Big Sky

    We skied Big Sky right before new year. Planned to skied 6 days but cut the trip short to 4 days and drove back to Utah. When we were there, almost everything else was open except Lone Peak and headwater area. Lone peak had only one way down and headwater had 3 chutes open. I have to say that...
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    Revelstoke lodging recommendations/reviews

    I will 2nd this. If the road is close you can still ski banff/lake louise
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    Revelstoke lodging recommendations/reviews

    Just came back from Revelstoke. The drive from downtown to ski resort is short (8 minutes) and the road is very easy to drive. Parking is plenty and no crowds. So there is not much benefit to pay more to stay at ski resort. There are a lot of reasonable priced hotels and vacation rental in...
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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    Thank you!
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    Flight conundrum, non-stop vs connection, with a twist

    Good decision that you chose Cathay. When possible, I go out of my way to fly them, they operations are leaps and bounds better than US carriers, better flight products too. The odds that you get delayed because of their own operation is super low comparing to US carriers who frequently mess up...
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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    Anybody skied Castlerock chair since it is open? Wonder what the condition is back. Thinking about coming this weekend. Thanks!
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    Your 2019-2020 Season Thread

    1. Nov 16, Killington 2. Nov 16, Killington 3. Nov 26, Loon 4. Nov 28, Sunday River 5. Nov 29, Sunday River 6. Dec 1, Sunday River 7. Dec 19, Brighton 8. Dec 20, Snowbird 9. Dec 21, Brighton 10. Dec 22, Alta 11. Dec 23, Snowbird 12. Dec 24, Snowbird 13. Dec 25, Alta 14. Dec 26, Alta 15. Dec...
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    Steamboat Jan 12th - 14th (pics)

    awesome pictures!
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