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Hit up an old hill today with the wife. They really are in a "snowbelt". About 18" more base than the al natural at Magic and other southern VT locations. The extreme cold kept the stuff from Wednesday super fresh and powdery. Did two quick laps. We will definitely be back. Still lots of 10-12"+ of untracked to be found. The group there does an amazing job maintaining the trails and woods.








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Whats the place called? I skinned Aqua Terra park in Binghamton, formerly the Innsbruck USA ski area. Its 500 vertical and has excellent advanced/intermediate terrain yesterday. It seams like there were 20+ tracks on the hill that had been skied Wednesday-Saturday. I have I did not go skiers right of the t bar line which looked like a staircase from all the people hiking it, so the number of tracks could be much higher. Its such a shame, this ski area had excellent terrain, elevation and was north facing with no competition within a 45 minuets drive. Also this is the NELSAP hill where I went biking in the fall and broke my wheel.

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On 2/6/2019 at 1:32 PM, Flying Yeti said:

Oh...duh...Dutch Hill. Sorry I didnt even notice I had not posted it. They have a big alliance page on FB.

Oh yeah Dutch Hill. That’s what I was thinking. 

Seriously though, thanks. 

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