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Smugglers' March 15+

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I have another question about general conditions to expect.  Some friends are planning a trip to SN for a week starting March 15th.  Given an average year (knowing no one will know what's in store), will there still be enough left to ski that time of year, or will it mostly be skied out?

 

Thanks everyone!

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I have taken several northern VT ski trips in mid march mostly to Jay Peak.  Most often I have found mid winter conditions.  On an average year it should be awesome. 

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Succinct and appreciated!

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I have taken several northern VT ski trips in mid march mostly to Jay Peak.  Most often I have found mid winter conditions.  On an average year it should be awesome. 

 

Follow-up question.  Will the Line P98s I got for West All Mountain be too fat?  I rarely ski on the East Coast.

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They should be OK.  I have some 105mm waisted skis that I use a lot and I see many and much wider skis all the time.  Having said that, I just bought a pair of G3 Saints which are 193mm waist.  Oops.  I  mean 93mm!!!


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Are you waiting for spring melt to go water skiing? roflmao.gif

 

Thanks for the feedback :)

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I have another question about general conditions to expect.  Some friends are planning a trip to SN for a week starting March 15th.  Given an average year (knowing no one will know what's in store), will there still be enough left to ski that time of year, or will it mostly be skied out?

 

Thanks everyone!

 

Given an average year, that is THE best skiing of the year.

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Mid March is almost always some of the best skiing of the season in the area. I ski Stowe, which is on the other side of the mountain. I routinely ski a 99mm waist comfortably.

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