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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    I might add that Mad River Glen doesn’t seem to have this problem. Unfortunately, the lift lines were horrendous there yesterday.
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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    There seems to be much less pruning than there used to be, both by the mountain and privately. Exterminator woods were very much overgrown yesterday. Exterminator was always tight, but with the minimal snowpack & lack of pruning, has become treacherous. I don’t ski Walt’s much, but it had no...
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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    Perhaps it's worth listing the use cases for web cams: Here are the cases I can think of: 1) Deciding which lift to take -- taking into account the length of the line 2) Determining what trail conditions are: whether the snow has warmed up and softened, whether there's enough snow coverage, or...
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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    If they show lift lines, I'll look at the webcams many times throughout the day, even when it's bitter cold. Otherwise, I would only use the webcams in April, in order to gauge whether the sun has softened snow. When I'm not at the mountain, I'll occasionally look at the snow stakes to see how...
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    The "Sugarbush Thread"

    I hope they will add webcams that show the bases of the lifts. Otherwise, the webcams are fairly useless. The main reason for looking at webcams is to see what the lift lines look like.
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    Ikon/Epic advanced purchase deadlines may need extension?

    So that’s why all the resorts are so crowded — all those Chinese have been buying Ikon passes!
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    Opinion: Best run(s) at Sugarbush

    Rumble. I love Rumble. Also Paradise, Bear, Three Sisters and The Mother.