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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Consider Sugarbush. Good, solid mountain and good service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Consider Sugarbush. Good, solid mountain and good service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmywilson69 View Post
    How old are you? last year they had a deal for people in their 20s for a season pass. It sounded like it went well, and they would likely do it again. It was an effort to get a younger crowd "sold" on the mountain.

    While I like Stowe the town and ski area, if I was living in Burlington I'd probably choose between Jay and Sugarbush. This year you can buy a pass for Jay & Burke, which from what I hear is a great place to ski.
    I'm 33. SB or Jay both sound great....pretty big difference in average snowfall though.

    Both seem to be about 1 hour 15 minutes to 1.5 hours from Burlington.

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    Wow, $1800? That's a lot of coin.
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    Wow, $1800? That's a lot of coin.
    It is. Just looked at Sugarbush as well....Almost $1,600 at the regular rate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huck_It_Baby View Post
    It is. Just looked at Sugarbush as well....Almost $1,600 at the regular rate!
    Sugarbush all mountain pass is $1279 before 9/12.

    Jay/Burke is $799. Jay only $749 before 10/15.

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    Wow!Sure makes my $575 Cannon pass seem like a steal.
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    If you can get a job with a local Stowe Area Association business, you can score cheap midweek season passes. The last year I lived in town (2001) it was $250 for a M-F Holiday Blackout pass if you worked for a local biz.

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    Oh and Smuggs should be worth a look as well.

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    That's the early-bird rate. IIRC, the 7-day pass breaks the 2K barrier at full price.
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