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The problem with the Pico strategy is that Killington passholders go to Pico the day after getting the goods at Killington. So Thursday day after the powder day at Pico seems busier than it might be because so many Killington pass holders show up. Or at least that is what I experienced last season trying to scoop the powder at an area closed mid-week.Pico doesn't operate weekends only. It closes Tuesday and Wednesday. Opens Thursday through Monday.
Saddleback is open 7 days a week. The powder will surely be sacked at a place like Saddleback within a day. It does not have high acreage, not by a long shot. They are going to groom most of the lower mountain leaving the Kennabago which is only 1k vert so even a few skiers can really track it up quickly in just a few runs. I'd rank Saddleback very low for a "day after the powder day" area. Especially considering that the OP is looking for places 100% untracked a day or two after the dump... but if you do want to talk what areas open 7 days per week would be great a day or two after the powder, look to lesser known areas like Middlebury, Dartmouth, Black NH, Balsams (when it reopens), etc. Those places are going to be dead during the week even on a pow day.Your best lift-serviced bet is probably some place like Saddleback which has low traffic and high acreage and snowfall.