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    Bit sad that the Bush could not get HG up and running with the overhaul when planned. Okemo is making them look really bad now as they are weeks ahead of schedule on the Sunburst 6. They are opening it this Saturday, a brand new lift install, and that is at least 2 weeks+ ahead of their original schedule. Hope this is the last hikkup for Sugarbush this season, still one of my favs outside our home resort.

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    Heavans gate opened Monday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by benski View Post
    Heavans gate opened Monday.


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    Glad to hear that.

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    I'm wearing my Sugarbush hoodie for you all. As you can see Mount Ellen aka Sugarbush North is, and always will be, near my heart.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    mount ellen aka sugarbush north is, and always will be, near my heart.
    +1 qft

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    Castlerock is opening today as early Sugarbush ski report claims another 10+ inches last night with much drier snow than the previous heavy wet foot of base building kind. Should be a good but busy weekend. But better today and tomorrow for those who can make it up there.

    Stan

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    Did anyone ski Sugarbush today? How is the natural stuff?


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    Impressive coverage

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    It was deep. I stopped / fell as I approached a fallen tree blocking all of Lower Castlerock (big tree, all the way across); had to strap out and was nearly hip deep trudging / crawling under the tree. Awesome run though!

    I saw a few sticks and rocks poke thru late in the day, but that's to be expected right? Coverage would have been impressive any time of the season.

    Drive home was brutal.

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