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One Free Day - Sugarbush or Jay Peak

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Staying at Stowe that last week of February.... Sking Stowe 3 Days and have one Free Day so to mixed it up I decided I would try a new spot.... I have narrowed down to giving Jay Peak or Sugarbush a try... Which resort would you suggest and why? It has been 15 years since I skied J peak and I have never skied Sugarbush... Most of my trips to VT wind up at Killington or Stowe.

 

For reference it will be a non-holiday Monday and I am an advanced/expert skier who likes a wide variety of terrain..... Thanks in advance for your input!!

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How about... ski across the pond to Smuggs? No driving required!

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How about... ski across the pond to Smuggs? No driving required!

 

 

Thanks I have considered doing this in the past... but this would require me to purchase a lift ticket at both Stowe & Smuggler's to spend any time sking at Smuggs, correct?

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Thanks I have considered doing this in the past... but this would require me to purchase a lift ticket at both Stowe & Smuggler's to spend any time sking at Smuggs, correct?

 

Yeah, pretty much.

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If conditions are good why not Mad River Glen? The difference in snow conditions between mostly natural MRG and machine made Sugarbush North can be startling. You'll get all the skiing you want on the single on a Monday.  

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If conditions are good why not Mad River Glen? The difference in snow conditions between mostly natural MRG and machine made Sugarbush North can be startling. You'll get all the skiing you want on the single on a Monday.  

 

Yes, Thanks, I have considered this and in the back of my mind if conditions are good I will be headed to MRG.... However, I am not counting on this and will avoid if there has not been any recent snow.

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