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Stowe dropping prices, free by Sunday 4/23

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For anyone in the East who still wants to get some turns in, I found this out today (Thursday 4/20):

We'll drop (ticket prices) 'til you drop! $21 today, $14 tomorrow, $7 Saturday, Sunday is "free"--donation to Stowe Education Fund appreciated! Some thin or bare spots, some walking required on a few trails.

So, pretty hard to pass this deal up, don't you think?

Jay is still open through the weekend too, but not with those prices. Adults cost $38, juniors $32.

It's been in the 60s up here every day this week, hitting 50s at the mountain summits, so snow is going fast. Get it while you can!

Thatasgirl
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As long as you don't mind doing a little walking! Buckethead and I were there yesterday. Some top to bottom coverage on intermediate terrain. But if you wanted to hit the good stuff (for us, that was the steep, soft bumps on Liftline), you had to hike about 125 yards or so back to the lift at the bottom.

Definitely some good skiing to be had, but you have to be in a hardcore mindset to appreciate it.
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Moguljunkie, it's good that you pointed that out. Stowe says it in their announcement, but it might not have made as much of an impact on making a decision without hearing it from someone who has been there this week.

If you're not hardcore, maybe a few runs on the easily accessible open trails and then sitting outside to enjoy the spring day. At least the ticket price won't make you feel "ripped off."

Thatsagirl
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