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  1. Nice Pics! We slayed that place apart on that trip! Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  2. Had high hopes for the season but it never really got going. I did manage to get a few powder days in early and one late. Went to new place, Snow Ridge. I hopefully will be doing some quality social distancing the next few weeks and get some nice spring turns in. But I do think over all this winter sucked. No snow at The home hill and not a ton up north. Last season was much better. D+! Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  3. Middlebury Snow Bowl! Rocking my shirt today! Adult 455 550 Alumni 415 500 Student (7th grade – college) 340 410 Junior (6yrs – 6th grade) 265 320 Child (under 6yrs)/ 70+ 140 170 Sr. Citizen (62-69) 340 410 MC Student MC Fac/Staff 97 210 97 210 Midweek Pass 265 265 Shared Parent/Guardian Pass 455 550 Uphill Season Pass 30 30
  4. Thursday- Beast Friday- Beast Saturday- Pico Sunday- Beast
  5. Berkshire East/Catamount! Unlimited $479 Jr/SR $379 Sunday-Friday pass $379 Jr/Sr $319 Weekday $249 Night $149 Free skiing for the rest of 2020! Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  6. Bolton Valley- Buy Before April 5th and ski the rest of the season Adult All Terrain Day & Night (ages 26-64) $549 Adult All Terrain Day Only (Ages 26-62) – does not include lift service from 4 to 10pm $499 Youth All Terrain (7-17) with Adult Pass $149 Youth All Terrain (7-17) without Adult Pass $209 Child All Terrain (6 & under) $29 Ski Bum All Terrain (Ages 18-25 & Full Time College Students Outside This Age Range*) $199 Senior All Terrain (65-74) $229 Senior Plus All Terrain (75+) $39 Midweek All Terrain Pass (Valid Any Monday – Fri. Incl Peak Periods – Day & Night) $299 Night Pass (All Ages, does not include NBU trail access) $189 NBU (Nordic, Backcountry, Uphill) Pass (ages 7-74) $99 Night + NBU (Ages 7-64) $249 Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  7. Oh it would suck on a board. Unless you just take it off and walk. They seem to suffer from lack of help and struggle to get lifts open. You end up doing a doing a lot of hiking on flats at the bottom until they get other lifts open around 10-11. There were a lot of snowboarders there though and they seemed to be having fun. Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  8. I was impressed with the terrain they had for a little place. You can keep traversing further and further skiers right off the t bar. My favorite stash was dropping off the backside of little mountain chair. I did it three times. Fresh steep tracks each time. A lot of poling to get back to the lift though so not something you could do all day. I tired to go further out but was spoken too that I can’t go out of bounds like that. Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  9. Jay, Smuggs, Stowe, Whiteface are all closer to my house and all just got a ton of fresh snow. All skiing great I’m sure. But this trip was a true adventure to somewhere I’ve always wanted to check out. I checked the reports and Snow Ridge got 24” by closing time Friday and it was still snowing. I had made no alternative plans so I went for it. They got a storm total of 29”. The LES skied incredibly well, as good as any snow I’ve ever skied east or west. Truly the most wonderful part of the whole experience. Even the chopped up crud skied extremely well. From 9-1pm I found fresh tracks of boot to knee deep powder. I was on the fattest skis by far. My first impression of Snow Ridge was that it was really tiny, which it sort of is with only 500 vert. But in reality it has a lot to offer. Off the main double chair you get traverse out skier left and there is a really cool ravine. On the main hill there a lots of little tree shots which don’t get tracked out to fast. Around 11 they opened the the snow pocket t bar. Snow was untouched and incredible. There is some pretty short but super fun tree skiing off to the far skiers right. Overall it was a great experience. People were super friendly and welcoming. Very willing to give up the best stashes. Place is very dated, lifts seemed held together with duct tape and string. T bar is on its last legs.
  10. Ripping snow above 2000’ feet at most resorts. Upslope in the northern greens should last through tomorrow. Maine will also clean up. Whites and central greens up high will do well. Maybe a repeat next week! Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  11. Thursday- Berkshire East Friday-Berkshire East Saturday- Magic Sunday- Berkshire East Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  12. Thursday- Berkshire East Saturday- Whaleback Sunday-Friday- Berkshire East Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  13. Some talk of even Northern Vermont mixing at some point Friday am. But the bulk of the precip up there should be snow Friday afternoon and evening. The Whites look similar maybe a bit less snow. https://www.weather.gov/images/gyx/winter/StormTotalSnowWeb.png https://www.weather.gov/images/btv/winter/StormTotalSnowWeb.png Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  14. I’m just saying there are steep hills with good terrain that is limited because of natural snow. I don’t think MRG is limited because of natural snow. Magic, Whaleback and Berkshire East all have some really fun terrain that is barely ever open due to lack of snow. Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
  15. MRG gets 250” of snow a year. They struggle from lack of manmade snow. Sent from my iPhone using Northeast Mountain Sports
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