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    I've also heard from someone in the ski industry...

    I've also heard from someone in the ski industry before that 12 days is around the average time a person skis per year.
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    Not sure what you mean by the experience but I...

    Not sure what you mean by the experience but I was considering a trip over to Switzerland this season before the Ikon announcement. When I was pricing things out I noticed that the costs were similar...
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    I would consider Vail. It's one of the largest...

    I would consider Vail. It's one of the largest well known ski resorts in the US with lots of nice hotel and restaurant options within their village. Plus your within an hour of another 5 or 6 ski...
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    We were there from the 29th through the 2nd of...

    We were there from the 29th through the 2nd of July as well. I wish I had photos but there was a major difference in coverage at Stump Alley just from the 29th through the 2nd. The bottom section...
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    Mammoth is such a great place to ski, the snow...

    Mammoth is such a great place to ski, the snow still looks pretty good in those pictures. When we were there two weeks ago and they had about 50 trails open and almost the whole top of the mountain...
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    Thanks! Yes it definitely was a banner year out...

    Thanks! Yes it definitely was a banner year out west and in VT.

    Tony
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    Yes it was all about the novelty of 4th of July...

    Yes it was all about the novelty of 4th of July skiing, the conditions and crowds were not great but it was still kind of fun none the less. The Mammoth trip a few days beforehand was definitely...
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    Yes I was thankful to be able to fit sking in on...

    Yes I was thankful to be able to fit sking in on the trip. Aside from suprisingly being a lot of fun it was my wife and son's first time skiing out west. With that being said we love skiing Northern...
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    The 1st photo was sking down the Siberia...

    The 1st photo was sking down the Siberia bowl/ridge. The next photo shows what the hike up the Siberia ridge looked like, you can see the Siberia lift in the background. The Palisades are quite a...
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    The 1st photo was coming down a blue at Shirley...

    The 1st photo was coming down a blue at Shirley lake. You can see the line in the horizon after the power went out. The 2nd photo is the line from the power outage, unfortunately we ended up near the...
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    The 1st photo was of a warm up run in the Gold...

    The 1st photo was of a warm up run in the Gold Coast area. The 2nd photo was of the traverse past the Funnel and Attic runs to ski Arete. 3rd photo was looking down Arete, to the left of that tree in...
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    Squaw Valley report from July 3rd to July 4th.

    After three wonderful days at Mammoth we headed on up to Squaw Valley for our final two days of the season. Having heard that Squaw was expecting over 6k people on the 4th we knew that the 3rd was...
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    The 1st is of the climax chute the 2nd is from...

    The 1st is of the climax chute the 2nd is from the top of that chute. The 3rd photo is looking up at Hangman's which wasn't skiable unless your willing to fly over those exposed rocks! The last...
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    The 1 photo is how coverage looked at the...

    The 1 photo is how coverage looked at the paranoid flats, you had to do a short downhill hike which wasn't bad to get over to that section. The next photo was of monument then the last two are from...
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    The 1st photo is coming up chair 23. The dropout...

    The 1st photo is coming up chair 23. The dropout chute is on the left the wipeout chute on the right. 2nd photo is the dropout chute 3rd is wipeout chute drop in then the last 2 photos are looking up...
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    Mammoth ski trip June 29 through July 2nd.

    I had to travel out west for work the last two weekends and seeing that its pretty rare to ski in July I thought it would be a good idea to knock summer skiing off the bucket list and take the family...
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    Mammoth just announced that they are open daily...

    Mammoth just announced that they are open daily up to August if you can believe that. I have to make a trip out to CA for work at the end of June so afterwards we are going to swing by Mammoth for a...
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    Yes, that would be good advice! Tony

    Yes, that would be good advice!

    Tony
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    If Friday is a work day I've never really had to...

    If Friday is a work day I've never really had to wait in line very long anywhere up in VT.
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    Yes they did great, the snow was very soft and...

    Yes they did great, the snow was very soft and slow! It ended up being our best ski trip of the year. Not conditions wise of course but when you factor in better accommodations vs what it costs in...
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    Tuesday at Jay was much better snow wise. I...

    Tuesday at Jay was much better snow wise. I didn't take many pictures that day but the snow got much softer and creamier. The weather was near 70 degrees without a cloud in the ski. Jay had about 65...
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    From there I did the Beaver Pond Glades and...

    From there I did the Beaver Pond Glades and Andre's Paradise twice which were alot of fun but the run of the day for me was Valhalla which I did twice as well show in the last 3...
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    Jay Peak April 22nd & April 23rd.

    After skiing was finished up for the year at Stowe on Sunday we did two day trips up to Jay Peak on Monday and Tuesday. I had read and heard great things about Jay but had never been there before. I...
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    My favorite runs of the day were going down...

    My favorite runs of the day were going down Bypass then into the Nosedive glades. I think it's my favorite in bounds line on the mountain. Last weekend was my first time skiing Bypass, it's a short...
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    Once the family went in for the day I was able to...

    Once the family went in for the day I was able to get 7 more runs in. I hit Goat 3 times, Bypass 3 times, then ducked over to Starr once via Liftline and the S-53 crossover. I skied Goat earlier this...
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