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post #31 of 113
ARIZONA - Sunrise

CALIFORNIA - Mammoth

MASSACHUSETS - East Berkshire

NEW MEXICO - Taos

NEW YORK:

1- The Pines Resort (somewhere near Fleischman sp? I think) 1st time ever.
2- Whiteface
3- Song
4- Kissing Bridge
5- Holiday Valley
6- Greek Peak

PENNSYLVANIA:

1- Liberty
2- Whitetail
3- Elk
4- Blue Knob

UTAH:

1- Solitude
2- Alta
3- Snowbird

VERMONT:

1- Killington
2- Mount Snow

VIRGINIA:

1- Bryce
2- Massanutten
3- Cherokee

WEST VIRGINIA:

1- Canaan
2- Snowshoe
3- Timberline

CANADA:

1- Gray Rocks
2- Mt. Tremblant

My uncle got me a tshirt from Titlis, Switzerland. Does that count?
post #32 of 113
Big Tupper
Whiteface
Clarkson 7 Springs
St. Lawrence Snow Bowl
Storrs Hill
Whaleback
Ragged Mountain
Dartmouth Skiway
Killington
Pico
Waterville Valley
Mt. Sunapee
Okemo
Quechee, Vt
Stratton Mt.
Wildcat
Pats Peak
Jiminy Peak
Bretton Woods
Loon
Breckinridge
Magic Mountain
Ascutney
Windham
Sunday River
Bradford, MA
Attitash Bear Peak
Copper Mountain
Snowmass
post #33 of 113
NY:
Hunter
Windham
Windham when it was privately owned [early 70's]
Belleayre
Highmount
Plattekill
Simpsons Hill {Phoenicia]
Scotch Valley
Catamount
College Hill
Burger Hill {town of Rhinebeck]
Gore
West Mt.
Whiteface
Mt.Marcy & down the trail towards the ADK.
Does the hill in my back yard count?

Mass:
Bosquet
Butternut
Jiminy
Brodie,and once I got there for the green snow

CT:
Mowhawk

NH :
Waterville Valley {early 70's when Wayne Wong was holding court up there]
Tuckermans
VT:
Mt Snow
Bromley
Stratton
Okemo
Killington
Pico
Middlebury
Sugarbush
Mt. Ellen
MRG
Smuggs
Stowe
Jay

NJ:
Mt.Creek

Penn:
Tanglewood

COL:
Breck
Copper
Winter Park/MJ

UT:
Snowbird
Alta
Park City

WY:
Jackson Hole
Grand Targhee
the broccoli forest

Canada:
Mt.St.Ann, Durning the winter carnival,if you've never been it's a must

Austria:
Innsbrook/Igles,did a few alpine touring climbs .
post #34 of 113
Quote:
Originally Posted by vlad
see---- this i don't get.
you've got NJ stated as your homestate, but you've
never
skied there?
what gives, see?

vlad g. robinson
sorry Vlad,
I said I'm sure I'll forget a few... I live 20 minutes from Mountain Creek, but have only skied there twice, once on a bet, and once to test some new equiptment before a big trip. I've also skied most of the resorts in Pa. 25 years ago. Neither state made much of an impression....
post #35 of 113
Well my list is way to short, but I hope to see it grow.

Keystone - Colorado
Brezovica - Yugoslavia or Serbia or Kosovo or Kosova (It all depends on who you are as to where you say this place is located now)
post #36 of 113
This will be a fun trip down memory lane:

Mt Tom MA (closed)
Brodie Mtn MA (closed)
Jiminy Peak MA

Ski Sundown CT
Mt Southington CT
Mohawk Mtn CT

Stratton VT
Mt. Snow VT
Magic Mtn VT
Bromley VT
Pico VT
Killington VT
Sugarbush VT
Mad River Glen VT

Wintergreen VA

Snowshoe WV

Squaw Valley CA

Park City Mtn Resort UT
post #37 of 113

OK, I'll play

VERY first time on skis, on carpet
Tennessee
* OberGatlinburg, Gatlinburg, TN

North Carolina
* Beech Mountain
* Sugar Mountain twice
* Appalachian
* Cataloochee
* Wolf Laurel

Colorado
* Eldora
* Winter Park/Mary Jane
* Keystone
* A Basin
* Copper
* Breck
* Vail
* Ajax
* Highlands
* Snowmass
* CB
* Steamboat
* Purgatory
* Telluride
* Hesperus
* Wolf Creek
* Loveland
* Monarch

Wyoming
* Jackson Hole
* Snow King
* Grand Targhee

New Mexico
* TSV
* Ski Santa Fe

Oregon
* Bachelor

Idaho
* Sun Valley

that's all, I think. 31 so far, I believe. ('course, I bummed at one of those mentioned, and have taught at 3, so the total times are greater at those).
post #38 of 113
Hmmm, I have nowhere near the memory at this point to put that list together.

How about where I've been so far this season?

NY
West Mountain
Gore
Whiteface

VT
Killington
Okemo ()
Sugarbush
MRG

New Mexico
Taos
Sandia
Santa Fe

Colorado
A-basin
Vail (, not my choice. freakin' golf course with snow)

Utah
Solitude
Alta

Planned for Spring Break:
Jackson Hole, Crystal, Big Sky, perhaps Tahoe area. Lots of driving.

Planned for company trip in April:
Whistler/Blackcomb. <--haven't been up there in about five years, should be good
post #39 of 113
Quote:
Originally Posted by 2-turn
I'm sure I'm forgetting a bunch, but here goes....

CANADA
Whistler/Blackcomb- found Singing Pass on our own by accident Leelau
What is Singing Pass?
post #40 of 113
Quote:
Originally Posted by XRC800
What is Singing Pass?
It's an outa bounds area at Whistler, on the far side of Flute bowl.
Lelau mentioned it on a previous post. My 3 friends and I were oggling it as we stood at the rope on the top of Flute Bowl. One friend wanted to go, I said he was crazy, then a ski instructor and his student ducked the rope, so we followed. We didn't know what it was but a local had mentioned he was headed to the Singing Pass trail earlier in the day. It was a long, nice pitch, untouched except for those 2 tracks, waist deep powder and wide open. When we got to where the 2 tracks exited left, we followed them on a luge run along the side of the slope between Whistler and Blackcomb, across 7 streams with home-made bridges, and an hour later came out on a mountain bike trail, and eventually the back of a sign that said "welcome to Singing Pass area". We evetually came out at the BASE of Whistler. I"ve been there, but still wouldn't attempt it again without a guide....
post #41 of 113
California:
Homewood
Squaw
Sugar Bowl
Boreal
Bear Valley
Dodge Ridge
Donner Ski ranch
Colorado:
Copper
Vail
Monarch
A Basin
Crested Butte
Winterpark/Jane
Loveland
Steamboat
Berthoud Pass
Monarch Pass
Snowmass
Aspen Highlands
Butt milk
Wolf Creek Pass
Loveland Pass
East Portal
14'ers
Quandary-East Face
Shavano- The angel
Torrey's- Dead Dog Coulior (my dog survived)
Utah:
Snowbird
Pow Mow
Snobasin
and some various BC in the Ogden mountains.
post #42 of 113

Places Skied

A lot of great days and memories. Boy I'm getting older with ea. season.
Calif.: Sugar Bowl, Soda Springs, Boreal, Northstar, Alpine Meadows, Squaw Valley, Diamond Peak, Mt. Rose, Homewood, Heavenly, Donner Ski Ranch, Sierra Ski Ranch, Kirkwood, Bear Valley, Mammoth, June Mt., Mountain High

Oregon: Ashland and B achelor

Idaho: Brundage, Silver Mt., Lookout Mt., Schweitzer

Washington: Mt Spokane

Canada: Whistler

Utah: Snowbird, Alta, Solitude, Park City, Brighton, Park City West

NM: Taos

Colo: Purgatory

Austalia: Perisher Blue et.al. valley

Chile: Portillo (go rokka jack)

FUTURE: Want to get into Canada and do some powder skiing and get to JH, Targee, Big Mt, Fernie, Red, Louise etc. etc. Need to resign from being a ski instructor so I can break free and go ski some new areas. Next year going to put the camper on my truck and hit the road North. Hope everyone is having a good ski year and here's to next year also.
post #43 of 113
Butternut
hunter
brodie
jimminy
Windham
Cammelback
shawnee
holiday mountain
bellayre
Killington
Sugarbush
Jay
Pico
Stowe
Bromley
Mt Snow
MRG
Magic
Taos
Alta
Bird
Brighton
Soly
Snobasin
okemo
Park City
Canyons
Deervalley
Timberline
Crystal
Hollow Hills Golf Course
Scott Street
All over Dix Hills behind my brothers 1979 Chevy Monza
post #44 of 113
In the order I first skied them:

Solitude
Brighton
Powder Mountain
Alta
Park City
Park West
Sundance
Snowbird
Deer Valley
Big Sky
Grand Targhee
Timberline
Snowbasin
Brian Head
Crested Butte
Buttermilk/Tiehack
Aspen (Ajax)
Aspen Highlands
Telluride
Sunlight
Wolf Mountain
Snowking
Jackson Hole (Teton)
Bogus Basin
Sun Valley
Camelback
Hidden Valley
Vernon Valley/Great Gorge
Vail
Arapahoe Basin
Keystone
Copper
Beaver Creek
Arrowhead
Breckenridge
Steamboat
Eldora
Crystal
Cannon
Loon
Wachusett
Sugarbush
Pico
Killington
Canyons
Charleston/Las Vegas
Whistler
Blackcomb
Taos
Alpental/Snoqualmie
Baker
Big Bear
Snow Summit
Snow Valley
Sugarbowl
Boreal
Heavenly
Kirkwood
Squaw
Massanutten
Valdez/Chugach
Sandia
Norquay
Sunshine
Lake Louise
Alpine Meadows
Fernie
Panorama
Big Mountain
Loveland
Berthoud
Winter Park/Mary Jane
Bridger Bowl
Pebble Creek
Dollar
Meribel
Courchevel
Les Menuires
Val Thorens
Zermatt
Chamonix
Les Planards
Le Grand Montets
Verbier
Bear Hollow
Blue Mountain
Montage
Elk Mountain
Greek Peak
Silverton
Durango/Purgatory
Powderhorn
49 Degrees
Silver
Schweitzer
Red
Kicking Horse
Beaver Mtn
Pomerelle
White Pine
Nordic Valley
Moonlight Basin
Grand Geneva
Alpine Valley
Wilmot/Gander
Chestnut
Pine Creek
Cooper
Mt. Rose
Homewood
Mammoth
Sierra
Diamond Peak
Red Lodge
post #45 of 113
...and I found something to like/love about each and every one of them.
post #46 of 113
Sugarbush, VT (home mountain)
Stowe, VT
Jay Peak, VT
Bolton Valley, VT
Killington, VT
Smuggler's Notch, VT
Vail, CO
Copper, CO
Breckenridge, CO
Keystone, CO
Sunshine Village, CA
Wintergreen, VA
Winterplace, WV


I think that's it. There could be more, though.
post #47 of 113
Utah
Alta
The Canyons
Deer Valley
Snowbird *First place ever!

Vermont
Killington
Okemo
Pico
Stratton

New York

Windham

Pennsylvania

Camelback
Shawnee

I'm pretty sure that's it.
I've always wanted to visit Colorado, and Switzerland.
post #48 of 113
U.S.A.:

Alaska – Alyeska

Arizona – Flagstaff/N. Ariz. Ski Bowl
Mt. Lemon

California – Big Bear/Bear Mountain
Snow Summit
Mt. Waterman
Holiday Hill
Wrightwood
Mt. Baldy
Mammoth
June Lake
Squaw Valley
Alpine Meadows
Sugar Bowl
Homewood
Granlibachen
Kirkwood
Northstar
Heavenly Valley
Incline/Mt. Diamond
Mt. Rose
Dodge Ridge
Sierra Ski Ranch

Colorado - Winter Park
Vail
Breckenridge
Eldora
Copper Mt.
A- Basin
Keystone
Beaver Creek
Ajax Mt.
Snowmass
Buttermilk
Aspen Highlands
Steamboat
Telluride
Crested Butte

Idaho -Sun Valley

Maine - Sugarloaf USA

New Hampshire - Waterville Valley
Cannon
Loon
Wildcat
Sunapee

Utah - Park City
Canyons
Deer Valley
Snowbird
Alta
Solitude
Brighton

Vermont - Stowe
Sugarbush
Stratton
Killington
Okemo
Smuggler’s Notch

Wyoming - Jackson Hole
Grand Targee

INTERNATIONAL:

Bolivia – Chachaltaya

Canada – Whistler/Blackcombe
Lake Louise
Norquay
Sunshine Village
Mt. St. Anne
Le Massif
Stoneham

France – Val d’Isere
Tigne

Switzerland - Davos
post #49 of 113
VT:
Stratton (home mountain)
Bromley
Magic
Haystack
Mt. Snow
Mad River Glen
Okemo
Sugarbush
Killington
Jay Peak

NY:
Labrador
Song
Toggenburg
Whiteface
Snowridge
Mt. Pisgah
Woods Valley
Williard

Other US:
Jackson Hole
Gunstock
post #50 of 113
Kirkwood
Heavenly
Squaw
Northstar
Alpine Meadows
Jay Peak
Whistler/Blackcomb
Tremblant
Stowe
Stratton
Sugarbush
MRG
Killington
Whiteface
Elk
Montage
Jack Frost
Big Boulder
Camelback
Shawnee
Blue
Blue Knob
Seven Springs
Wisp
Wintergreen
Massanutten
Brice
Vernon Valley/Great Gorge
Belle
Snowshoe
Winterplace
Canaan Valley
Timberline
post #51 of 113
Quote:
Originally Posted by CircaRevival
VT:
Stratton (home mountain)
Bromley
Magic
Haystack
Mt. Snow
Mad River Glen
Okemo
Sugarbush
Killington

NY:
Labrador
Song
Toggenburg
Whiteface
Snowridge
Mt. Pisgah
Woods Valley
Williard

Other US:
Jackson Hole
Gunstock
A Vermonter that's never skiied Stowe or Jay :. Just kidding. I haven't made it down south so I shouldn't talk.
post #52 of 113
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jtran10
A Vermonter that's never skiied Stowe or Jay :. Just kidding. I haven't made it down south so I shouldn't talk.
Actually, I've been to Jay Peak. LOL. I've heard a ton about Stowe though.
post #53 of 113
Beech Mtn NC
Sugar Mtn NC
Breckenridge
Snowshoe WV
Keystone
Copper Mtn
Arapahoe Basin
Vail
Beaver Creek
Aspen Mtn
Aspen Highlands
Buttermilk
Snowmass
Camelback PA
Steamboat
Park City
Dear Valley
Snowbird
Alta
Taos
Big Sky
Big Mountain
Showdown MT
Teton Pass MT
Linzerheide Switzerland
Valbella Switzerland
Tahoe
Heavenly
The Canyons

Not bad for a souterner but I'm want to catch up with MD.
post #54 of 113
Quote:
Originally Posted by vlad
ummm...who picked zermatt up, airlifted it over from switzerland, and managed to drop it into france? : : : :

that had to be breathtaking to see.
That's funny! I used to ski with my brother in Mt. Hood every year, long ago. Since he lived in Washington, I just assumed that Mt. Hood was in Washington. I just found out about ten years ago that it's in Oregon. People probably thought I was the biggest doofus when I told them I was in Washington skiing Mt. Hood.

Another time, we were in Europe, and I turned to one of the guys and said, "I really like it here. The people in the region of France are absolutely wonderful!" He replied, "Yeah, I agree. But that's only because we are in Italy." Ok, it was one of those 19 coutries in 3 days, kind of things , so I'm not a total moron.

And my favorite category in Trivial Pursuit is geography. Go figure.
post #55 of 113
South
Sugar
Beech
Appalachian
Ober Gatlinburg
post #56 of 113
Not something I really thought about before I saw this thread, but it brings back a lot of memories.

Oregon

Willamette Pass
Hoodoo
Mt Bachelor*
Anthony Lakes
Timberline

Washington

Bluewood

Idaho

Bogus Basin
Brundage*
Pebble Creek
Sun Valley
Soldier Mountain
Tamerack

Utah

Snowbasin*
Alta*
PCMR
Canyons
Deer Valley
Brighton

Colorado

Aspen Highlands
Breckenridge*
Snowmass

Canada

Lake Louise*
Sunshine
Nakiska

Wisconsin & U.P.

Cascade
Devil's Head
Blackjack
Indianhead
Powderhorn

*Favorite hill in each state
post #57 of 113
Pennsylvania: Ski Liberty, Ski Roundtop, Whitetail, Blue Mountain, Seven Springs
West Virginia: Timerbline, Canaan Valley (rhymes with "insane"), Snowshoe
Virginia: Massanutten (rhymes with "mass of nothing")
Maryland: Wisp
New York: Whiteface
Massachusetts: Wachusett, Nashoba Valley
Maine: Sugarloaf, Sunday River
New Hampshire: Sunapee, Cannon, Loon, Waterville Valley, Attitash / Bear Peak, Bretton Woods, Gunstock, Wildcat
Vermont: Mt. Snow, Stratton, Okemo, Killington, Stowe, Jay Peak, Sugarbush
Colorado: Steamboat Springs
Montana: Big Sky
Utah: Alta, Snowbird
Canada: Mt. Tremblant, Lake Louise, Panorama, Fernie

Wow. That list got longer then I thought it would.
post #58 of 113
Think I got em all, I'm a Western skier:
Eldora, CO
Winter Park/MJ, CO
Aspen Mtn, CO
A-Basin, CO
Vail, CO
Telluride, CO
Crested Butte, CO
Taos, NM
Jackson Hole, WY
Big Sky, MT
Bridger Bowl, MT
Red Lodge, MT
Sun Valley, ID
Alta, UT
Snowbird, UT
Park City, UT
Deer Valley, UT
Canyons, UT
Solitude, UT
Heavenly, CA/NV
Kirkwood, CA
Alpine Meadows, CA
Squaw, CA
Sugar Bowl, CA
Sierra, CA
Mt Bachelor, OR
Whistler
post #59 of 113
Came in on this thread late. Started skiing March 2005...

IDAHO
Soldier Mtn
Bogus Basin
Brundage

ALASKA
Hillberg
Hilltop
Alpenglow (getting safely to the bottom qualifies as skiing, right?)
Alyeska

Great thread. Can't wait to try other ski areas!
post #60 of 113
Winter Park, CO
A-Basin, CO
Breckenridge, CO
Loveland, CO
Keystone, CO
Telluride, CO
Taos, NM
Snowy Range, WY
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