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Hunter was fantastic. Got to ski some great spring bumps and GSS’s skis. Great morning to skin up with @GSSucks @mute1080 @Justo8484 @AtomicSkier

Yesterday was a blast.  @toast21602 @mute1080 and I left my house promptly at 4:40am planning an arrival just shy of 7:30am.  Two pee stops on the way, and he arrived at 7:27am, right on schedule.  Qu

Getting ready now! 6 inches overnight after 3 yesterday, still snowing, should be a good day

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2 hours ago, Ski2Live Live2Ski said:

Back from Vail

Set my record both for

Days: 41 (up from 31); and

Vertical: over 600k (never hit 400k before)

Epic!

That's a wrap til November 

 

Nice report and pictures.  Also did you accidentally put Hunter mountain as Vail in your stats?  Not cool..

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On 4/11/2021 at 8:30 AM, GrilledSteezeSandwich said:

This is one of the best travel vlogs.  Ski in ski out tree house at whitefish montana 

 

 

FYI, that run used to be a blue.  And in fact the only reason it isn't still a blue is that last, dished, pitch needed a helicopter to just be stationed there because there's so many accidents.  And it was my one fall of the season this year.  Hardpack, dirt on the center, trees sticking through on the left.  I tried to stay on the right third and then make a left turn on the lip.  Apparently I don't belong in a half pipe.  Slid 200 feet.  No damage and fortunately no witnesses. There's plenty steeper around but for some reason that section is a mess.  It's like a shallow half pipe with obstacles.  Especially this winter where the snowpack wasn't that great. 

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1 hour ago, sibhusky said:

FYI, that run used to be a blue.  And in fact the only reason it isn't still a blue is that last, dished, pitch needed a helicopter to just be stationed there because there's so many accidents.  And it was my one fall of the season this year.  Hardpack, dirt on the center, trees sticking through on the left.  I tried to stay on the right third and then make a left turn on the lip.  Apparently I don't belong in a half pipe.  Slid 200 feet.  No damage and fortunately no witnesses. There's plenty steeper around but for some reason that section is a mess.  It's like a shallow half pipe with obstacles.  Especially this winter where the snowpack wasn't that great. 

Good hearing from you Sibhusky 

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3 minutes ago, Ski2Live Live2Ski said:

Sounds like they could get a foot or two of fresh snow in Southern / Central VT before weekend. Mt Snow (Carinthia only) and K still open.

Just read this. I still have two days at Killington on my Ikon pass. 

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I just took a peek at the stats page and one thing that really stood out is that almost everyone skied more days this year than last year. That's pretty awesome.

WTGAI PASR!

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2 hours ago, Schif said:

I just took a peek at the stats page and one thing that really stood out is that almost everyone skied more days this year than last year. That's pretty awesome.

WTGAI PASR!

I saw Barb Green on Business Matters and she said it was Blues best season. As many have said with people not doing indoor activities like Malls/movie theaters outdoor activities were busier than normal.  She did mention a major loss on the food and beverage side of things.  

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