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    Mount Snow: Inside Track

    Well, we decided to start our own thread in honor of the fact that we once again have the most open terrain in the East.



    Check it!

    Mount Snow: 181 acres, 19 trails

    Okemo: 133 acres, 20 trails

    Loon: 100 acres, 16 trails

    Sunday River: 93 acres, 16 trails

    Stowe: 85 acres, 23 trails

    Killington: 79 acres, 24 trails

    Bretton: 78 acres, 9 trails

    Stratton: 72 acres, 13 trails

    Sugarloaf: 68 acres, 9 trails

    Got questions for us? Write them below and I'll do my best to get them answered for you.

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    Acres of green terrain, and go nowhere connector trail segments do little for the experience, and aren't a reliable source to compare. If I was Mt Snow, I'd talk about fan gun snow and fan gun trails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mister moose View Post
    Acres of green terrain, and go nowhere connector trail segments do little for the experience, and aren't a reliable source to compare. If I was Mt Snow, I'd talk about fan gun snow and fan gun trails.
    We totally agree. That's why we focused on the top-to-bottom experiance right out the gate this year. Way better to get actual laps in, rather than leapfrogging all over the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mister moose View Post
    Acres of green terrain, and go nowhere connector trail segments do little for the experience, and aren't a reliable source to compare. If I was Mt Snow, I'd talk about fan gun snow and fan gun trails.

    What other mountains aren't doing the same. It's thanks giving weekend, what do you expect? Kudos to mount snow. More terrain more options.
    Snowflakes matter

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimagic View Post
    What other mountains aren't doing the same. It's thanks giving weekend, what do you expect? Kudos to mount snow. More terrain more options.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mister moose View Post
    Acres of green terrain, and go nowhere connector trail segments do little for the experience, and aren't a reliable source to compare. If I was Mt Snow, I'd talk about fan gun snow and fan gun trails.
    This sounds like Killington, with the caveat formerly green trails and connectors.

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    My first day of the season will be Monday the 27th. Picked up a $39 ticket for Mt Snow on Liftopia.

    What kind of snowmaking push will you make Sunday into Monday with the good temps? What Mt Snow has open right now looks great but of course I'm curious if there will be even more terrain opening up.

    Anyway can't argue with the facts... Mt Snow has the most complete runs open. Glad to see you positioning yourself this way for early season, it's nice to have some options in November.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdfreetuna View Post
    My first day of the season will be Monday the 27th. Picked up a $39 ticket for Mt Snow on Liftopia.

    What kind of snowmaking push will you make Sunday into Monday with the good temps? What Mt Snow has open right now looks great but of course I'm curious if there will be even more terrain opening up.

    Anyway can't argue with the facts... Mt Snow has the most complete runs open. Glad to see you positioning yourself this way for early season, it's nice to have some options in November.
    We'll be firing up pretty agressively duing the Sunday-Monday window. As for details, I can't leak any yet.

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    What do you guys have on tap for tomorrow, I will be heading up for the day. I am looking forward to comparing it to when I was up ther for opening day.

    Skiing for 2018-2019 - 20
    Crotched Mountain: 1/15/2019, 1/30/2019, 3/23/2019
    Gunstock: 12/23/2018, 1/1/2019, 1/17/2019, 2/23/2019, 3/9/2019, 3/14/2019, 4/6/2019
    Killington: 11/15/2018
    Mount Snow: 10/27/2018, 11/24/2018, 12/25/2018, 2/14/2019
    Nashoba Valley: 3/2/2019
    Wachusett:
    11/17/2018, 12/22/2018, 4/13/2019
    Wildcat Mountain: ​3/30/2019

    Seasons Past:
    2017-2018 - 12 Visits; 2016-2017 - 23 Visits; 2015-2016 - 17 Visits; 2014-2015 - 20 visits: 2013-2014 - 19 visits:
    2012-2013 - 13 Visits; 2011-2012 - 16 Visits; 2011-2012 - 16 Visits; 2010-2011 - 19 Visits; 2009-2010 - 16 Visits;
    2008-2009 - 15 Visits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostonian View Post
    What do you guys have on tap for tomorrow, I will be heading up for the day. I am looking forward to comparing it to when I was up ther for opening day.
    Snowmaking has shut down due to temps and won't be back online until Sunday, so we'll have the same 19 trails we do now. More details at mountsnow.com/snow-report

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