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Best VT resort for St. Paddy's day weekend

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Any recommendations on a place where there will be great parties at the bottom of the hill with a lowered risk of getting hit while skiing down?  Not a fan of the halfway houses for the parties. 

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I'm out of the loop these days but St. PD use to be the biggest drunk of the year in Stowe. New Years was for amateurs and the pros let loose on St. PD. Irish coffee w/Baileys for breakfast at McCarthy's, champagne in the Spruce repair shop before skiing [green bottles] Matterhorn madness and then survivors killing it that night with the obligatory jello wrestling.

 

How totally un-politically correct.

 

Brodie Mt. Ma. use to be over the top with green snow and total chaos.

 

So I heard.

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I'm out of the loop these days but St. PD use to be the biggest drunk of the year in Stowe. New Years was for amateurs and the pros let loose on St. PD. Irish coffee w/Baileys for breakfast at McCarthy's, champagne in the Spruce repair shop before skiing [green bottles] Matterhorn madness and then survivors killing it that night with the obligatory jello wrestling.

 

How totally un-politically correct.

 

Brodie Mt. Ma. use to be over the top with green snow and total chaos.

 

So I heard.

Yup, "Kelly's Irish Alps" did it up big on St Pat's Day! "Beer Slalom", green snow, water-skipping, etc.

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I dont know if its the best, but my ski buddy and I will be skiing Sugarbush and staying at the Hostel Tevere St. Paddys day weekend this year. I'm sure Wunderbar will be rocking Apres and the bar at the Hostel is always a party!!

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Originally Posted by Clark Griswald View Post
 

I'm out of the loop these days but St. PD use to be the biggest drunk of the year in Stowe. New Years was for amateurs and the pros let loose on St. PD. Irish coffee w/Baileys for breakfast at McCarthy's, champagne in the Spruce repair shop before skiing [green bottles] Matterhorn madness and then survivors killing it that night with the obligatory jello wrestling.

 

How totally un-politically correct.

 

Brodie Mt. Ma. use to be over the top with green snow and total chaos.

 

So I heard.

 

I'm pretty sure that's still the case at Stowe...  They dye the waterfall (under the Gondola) green.

 

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