AlpineZone Summit 5.0 at Sugarloaf Mountain - February 7 - 9, 2014 - Page 20


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  1. #191
    Quote Originally Posted by pyang32 View Post
    hey nick, i keep trying to post but it keeps giving me this error message...
    "you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:
    1. Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?
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    what should i do? thanks!
    i think you have to have 5 posts to be able to post there.

  2. #192
    Has anybody been up to sugarloaf lately? Havent seen any trip reports about it.

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  4. #194
    Silver Rider - You need 4 more posts, to be able to register on the official thread.

  5. #195
    I've been following them on facebook, mountain looks legit with snow coverage. They're blowing snow every day

  6. #196
    thats good, my neighbor went up a couple weeks ago and said they had something like only 40 trails open. Hopefully we get some nor' easters in the next week

  7. #197
    Currently they have 77 of the 154 trails open.

  8. #198
    That accounts for most of the glades being closed and the summit trails not being ready

  9. #199
    Quote Originally Posted by bangarang View Post
    Has anybody been up to sugarloaf lately? Havent seen any trip reports about it.
    I was there this past Saturday....super/cold and windy (typical SL conditions!)
    There is virtually no base on the non-snowmaking trails. Maybe a few inches at most but its dry fluff so doesn't adhere to create a solid base. They are blowing a lot of snow---we encountered a lot of wind swept areas that were down to blue ice in spots. I'm definately hoping conditions improve in a couple weeks. That said, SL is great no matter what. 3 yrs ago most of the mtn was locked up and on wind hold in Late March----we had a great time lapping the T Bar.

    SL is a huge mtn, you will be very impressed by its physical size concentrated on 1 massive peak. Its a true ski/stay destination so plenty to do once you check in and no need for a car. If you don't like the conditions, stop in for a pint at Bullwinkles and then head to the Widowmaker later on!
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  10. #200
    Thanks for the update. This is out first winter back on the east coast in a long time and are definitely excited to finally get out on the hill.

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