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Phillycore u were only at blue late season the past few years so u don't know and season passholders get to use VIP

Last year had long lines opening day..a few weekends in January and a few weekends in February.

True.....I have not been regular season to blue since vip line

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VIP line doesn't make the trails any less crowded. Trails get skied off very quickly. That's why all the Blue PASR passholders leave by 10:00am. I remember when they used to do the 4:00 groom.

 

Only toast leave by 10.  Justo and I usually stick around to at least 11.  It all depends on how much sobering up needs to be done before I drive home.

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If you stay around long enough, the skied off/bumped up trails are empty and afford the most fun!

The most fun for me at blue is skiing fast on smooth empty terrain. It's why my weekday sessions when I take off work are often my longest ones. This winter will be great. I'm hardly gonna work at all!!

Blue sucks.

Sorry I had to

Wow just wow no I didn't. Are u a cop now?

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When you live 5 miles away, skiing for a few hours and dipping out early is easy.

 

That's kinda sad.

So sad skiing 30-40,000 vert before a late lunch 7 days straight. I'm gonna cry in my bone in Ribeye.

Screw that.....open to close... If legs are shot take a break than hit groomers....

It's still better than Pa

Sure going 70mph on choppy late day groomers when the sun is going down on tired legs is a great idea. It's like poker. Gotta cash in your chips before you go bust.

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So sad skiing 30-40,000 vert before a late lunch 7 days straight. I'm gonna cry in my bone in Ribeye.

 

Sure going 70mph on choppy late day groomers when the sun is going down on tired legs is a great idea. It's like poker. Gotta cash in your chips before you go bust.

Maybe you could slow down if you learned how to turn....

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I gotta turn in the trees or I'll eat bark. That's where I excel at big mountains. I honestly think I get in more skiing in a week out west than most. And honestly what does it fucking matter how much long I ski when I'm out west or at Blue. Most aren't on first chair or last chair either. They just ski and have fun. When my buddy Tom joins its typically a longer day cause he's pokey and falls and needs breaks so end up skiing less in more time and I still have a blast.

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