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Who's ready to go skiing?!?

 

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When I saw your title, I thought to myself "where the heck can you ski on the east coast today"?

That's funny, I don't care who you are.

Air conditioning has been on the last two nights here (Georgia).
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I've been a few times in Mass. Narrow, limited, but fun. Plan on Saturday morning too.
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Still middle of the tennis season here !!

Woo hoo!

Ski mango jazz don't forget to post a trip report!
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My grandfather told me today that where they're at in Central PA tomorrow's forecast has it being warmer on Christmas than it was on the 4th of July. 

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I'm going to Cannon tomorrow...hiking NOT skiing. Gonna hit the twin Kinsman's next door a couple of 4000 plus footers. Sneakers, shorts and a few tee's will be all that's needed.

It's as gruesome as I've ever seen this time of year... 

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Skied Bristol today with a very thin WROD............there's not enough for them to push around to open tomorrow. Stopped on the way home and mountain biked at one of our local parks.

 

Wonderful spring day..........oops its Christmas Eve!  :eek

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I'm going as far north as I'm willing to drive to Tremblant next weekend to get my first turns of the year in. This weather is killing me.

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Looks like a change to the pattern early next week.  The northern New England mountains could actually pick some natural snow.  And allow some significant snowmaking.  I've logged 10 days so far (all at Killington) and will be heading back after New Years.

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I'm going as far north as I'm willing to drive to Tremblant next weekend to get my first turns of the year in. This weather is killing me.


Have you been watching the conditions at Whiteface?  Snow guns started up again last night.  I only skied Tremblant once and it was in early Dec.  Not sure I would drive an few extra hours past Lake Placid for a few trails at Tremblant on a holiday weekend.

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Looks like a change to the pattern early next week.  The northern New England mountains could actually pick some natural snow.  And allow some significant snowmaking.  I've logged 10 days so far (all at Killington) and will be heading back after New Years.

Impressive!

 

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Have you been watching the conditions at Whiteface?  Snow guns started up again last night.  I only skied Tremblant once and it was in early Dec.  Not sure I would drive an few extra hours past Lake Placid for a few trails at Tremblant on a holiday weekend.

 

I'm spending NYE in Montreal so I figured its as good a time as any to check out Tremblant. I'm sure it will be crowded but at least the exchange rate is on our side!

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Have you been watching the conditions at Whiteface?  Snow guns started up again last night.  I only skied Tremblant once and it was in early Dec.  Not sure I would drive an few extra hours past Lake Placid for a few trails at Tremblant on a holiday weekend.

 

I'm spending NYE in Montreal so I figured its as good a time as any to check out Tremblant. I'm sure it will be crowded but at least the exchange rate is on our side!

Ah, then going to Tremblant makes much more sense.

 

FYI, Whiteface has a deal for people who get a lift ticket by Jan. 2, maybe Jan. 3.  Get a voucher for a lift ticket good later on the in season.

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