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  1. #51

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    Shedhorn and Dakota are it! (Glades)

    Also on the Moonlight basin side, there’re lots and lots of glades too. (though according to a certain poster, Moonlight basin is a “waste of time”. So if you skied it, don’t post it here...)

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    Don't miss out on Andersite as well. Snake Pit is great as are the trees either side of War Dance. Also, these lifts tend to keep turning when the rest of Lone Peak shuts down due to wind. Some more classic feeling black trails off Lone Moose chair tend to stay less touched for days. Some tight non mapped trees off that chair too.

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  4. #54
    Dark Star at my local hill (Crotched) is certainly a favorite, when it's filled in. Southern NH is not always kind, but when it is it's a load of fun!Attachment 25487Screenshot_20191026-214428.jpg



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  5. #55
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    Don’t know Okemo well but just looked at a map. Is that tavern called The Ice House?
    It's just a place to ice skate.
    2018-19:
    Killington: 10/20, 11/15, 5/4, 6/1
    Okemo: 11/16, 11/22, 11/24, 12/2, 12/15, 12/16, 1/25, 1/26, 3/8, 3/9, 3/23, 3/24
    Stratton: 11/23, 12/3, 2/22, 3/3
    Sugarbush: 12/1
    Catamount: 12/31, 1/19
    Mohawk: 1/21
    Stowe: 1/24
    Jiminy Peak: 2/9
    Mount Southington: 2/16
    Mount Snow: 2/23
    Pico: 3/2

  6. #56

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    Thanks for Big Sky info. Pretty much what I suspected based on map and reading a trip report or 2.

    Here's a few pics from 1 of many off map at Magic.

    I love the mellow glade/tree action at Magic.

    Love the steeper stuff too.

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  7. #57
    Nothing to see at Ragged, just drive by to other places...

    Seriously they have a high ratio of glade acreage to mountain size. Big snow transforms that place into a great day.

    No particular glade trail in general, most are really good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushski View Post
    Nothing to see at Ragged, just drive by to other places...

    Seriously they have a high ratio of glade acreage to mountain size. Big snow transforms that place into a great day.

    No particular glade trail in general, most are really good.
    Unfortunately they need the big snow which rarely happens


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  9. #59
    My favorite is any tree run with soft fresh snow!
    2019-2020


    Ski Visits in PA 16
    Ski Visits in VT
    Ski Visits in CO 4

    Total Ski Visits 20

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    11/16, 11/17, 11/23, 12/20 (LR), 12/21, 12/22, 12/23, 12/26 (LR), 12/27 (LR), 12/28, 12/30 (LR), 12/31 (LR), 1/2 (LR), 1/3 (LR), 1/5, 1/17 (LR)

    Breckenridge 1/9,1/10
    Keystone 1/11
    Arapahoe Basin 1/12

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  10. #60
    Pipecleaner (or whatever they renamed it to a few years back) at Sugarloaf will be my favorite for all time.

    We’re regulars at SR now and rarely make the longer drive to the loaf, but Pipe holds a special place for me. Not steep (off west side of Timberline chair), but whoever thinned those trees knew EXACTLY what they were doing. I get into a great flow, time after time. Other tree runs may be gnarlier, but in Pipe I’m in the zone the whole way down, no pauses. Love the other woods runs there, too, but this one is special to me.

    Have to get back there this season when the woods are in. And this time, the kids are old enough to join in...






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