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      10-21-2013, 08:51 PM   #1
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Any skiers or snowboarders?

Thought it would be cool to see how many people on the forum from New England (even though CT isn't included in the New England section for some reason ) ski or snowboard and where you go most of the time.

I ski and on weekdays I am usually at Berkshire East or Butternut and at Mt. Snow on weekends.
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I snowboard at Wachusett.
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I use to ski almost every weekend in college but the real world caught up to me and I only go a couple times a year. I would say Sunday River is my favorite mountain. I hit up Killington and Attitash as well.
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Usually loon for me, but i like stowe if I have a long weekend to spare.
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Cannon Mountain or Sugar Loaf....make one trip to Killington.
i snowboard..

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ski or board guys?
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Usually loon for me, but i like stowe if I have a long weekend to spare.
+1 love Stowe but Loon is easy to get to for a day trip
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Snowboard mount sunapee.
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+1 love Stowe but Loon is easy to get to for a day trip
how big is Loon compared to Mt. Snow?
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Snowboard! Haven't in 3 years though, looking to get back in I hope.
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how big is Loon compared to Mt. Snow?

Think it's about the same size almost. Loon is good, but it's a complete zoo on weekends. You would need to get on the slope very early, and be done by noon, or it's not worthwhile. I would assume that it's the same at Mt. Snow or Okemo. If you are heading up to VT, away from NY, there is always Stratton, Stowe, and Killington, Mad River, and Sugarbush.

I ski at different places but Sunapee, Waterville, Cannon, Sunday River, Sugarbush, Wildcat, and Attitash are all good.

If you are motivated and willing to travel, there is always Jay Peak, and Sugarloaf

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Think it's about the same size almost. Loon is good, but it's a complete zoo on weekends. You would need to get on the slope very early, and be done by noon, or it's not worthwhile. I would assume that it's the same at Mt. Snow or Okemo. If you are heading up to VT, away from NY, there is always Stratton, Stowe, and Killington, Mad River, and Sugarbush.

I ski at different places but Sunapee, Waterville, Cannon, Sunday River, Sugarbush, Wildcat, and Attitash are all good.

If you are motivated and willing to travel, there is always Jay Peak, and Sugarloaf
oh okay. I have always wanted to try sugarbush, just haven't gotten around to it yet.
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For anyone that still skis or snowboards I found this awesome tool on kickstarter.com (I am in no way affiliated with this product) that seems like its prefect for anyone that spends time on the mountain. I already ordered 1 for me and 1 for a buddy. Just thought I would share it incase anyone is interested.
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...i-binding-tool
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I board at wachusett, mount snow, loon, and I'll make an occasional trip up to killington. Honestly I'll go anywhere that has a nice park. Any other park rats in here?
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Anybody do Catamount/Mohawk/Jiminey?
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Anybody do Catamount/Mohawk/Jiminey?
I use to do catamount
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For anyone that still skis or snowboards I found this awesome tool on kickstarter.com (I am in no way affiliated with this product) that seems like its prefect for anyone that spends time on the mountain. I already ordered 1 for me and 1 for a buddy. Just thought I would share it incase anyone is interested.
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...i-binding-tool
Funny you mention the click, I was just reading a review of it on one of the EDC blogs I frequent. Looks like a solid tool. http://www.everydaycommentary.com/20...er-review.html
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Funny you mention the click, I was just reading a review of it on one of the EDC blogs I frequent. Looks like a solid tool. http://www.everydaycommentary.com/20...er-review.html
ya it does. like I said, I already ordered 2.
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I ski a few times a year. Stowe is my favorite for an all around good ski weekend. Great combo of varied terrain, nice lifts and some nightlife. Killington is good for the same.

I like Sugarbush for a quieter trip (good mountain and lodging options, not as much nightlife).

Sunapee is a good day trip closer to Boston.
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