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Haha I appreciate your input. You're certainly right about no pitch I rode there a couple times last year and was down the hill in 30 seconds. I'm headed to Killington this weekend, but was hoping to get a few turns in tomorrow if rideable. So I guess the snow is too wet? Like I said I'm still rather new to the northeast and last year didn't teach me anything about snowfall :angry:.not to come across as an ass, but i think you would need a snowmobile to tow you downhill with this snow and their pitch.
I was thinking about hiking Mt. Southington tomorrow since we got dumped on here in Connecticut. Will I be hassled for doing this, or is it ok? I'm new to the northeast and never had a chance to do this last year.
not to come across as an ass, but i think you would need a snowmobile to tow you downhill with this snow and their pitch.