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  1. It may be small and not steep, but they are snow making and grooming magicians! Starting this in honor of one of my favorite threads on epicski.com. It was started in 2006 and has been going strong through the 16/17 season with 1360 (and counting posts). The mountain closed in April after a fantastic season. They made significant investment in their snowmaking capabilities and it showed. For its proximity to Boston and surrounding suburbs it really can't be beat. I usually hit the WA up one night a week. Looking forward to next season!
  2. My son will turn six next jan and eligible for the dev team, snow masters program (https://www.wachusett.com/Learning-Center/Programs-for-Kids/Development-Team.aspx). Has anyone done this with their kids before? I am interested in it for him, but a)not sure if he'll be ready (they say min level 4 - not sure what this means at wachusett), and b) not sure how they group the kids (i dont want him to be with a bunch of older kids as he will likely be one of the youngest in the program). I would be interested in hearing member's experiences, both good and bad, from those that have first hand
  3. Hi Folks, first time poster. I'm interested in signing up my 5 year old for group lessons (Polar Kids?) or a private lesson at Wachusett. This is his 3rd season skiing and he's comfortable skiing the blue trails. The lessons aren't cheap, so I'd like to make the most of the lesson and find a seasoned instructor who is experienced in working with younger kids. There aren't any bio's posted, and it seems like they assign you to whomever is available on that day? Any suggestions on how to go about being matched with a seasoned and/or certified instructor, or specific instructors would be app
  4. Skied this morning at Wachusett, basically 8:30 - 11:00. Crowds were basically non-existent (I think I waited behind groups getting on chairs about 4 times in total, no more than one group at a time). One route down off each of the quads: Monadnock - Indian Summer Polar - Conifer Minuteman - Challenger The theme of the day was: Cover was not actually that bad, snow was decent. Some icy spots, but overall, quite fun. Temps were climbing in the morning, and after about 9:30, most of the hill had softened nicely. I quit at 11:00 when my skis started to
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