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Intro to Trees/Steeps at Jay Peak !!!

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I'm so freaking psyched. I've been wanting to take Intro to Trees/Steeps for the last three years but I've been taking pre-reqs and exams for LII. I also have been hoping to take it at Jay as I've never skied there and I've heard their trees rock. Well, I got the silver pin last year and PSIA-E is offerening Intro at Jay this season. I'm so sending my app in Monday. I'm there!!!!
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Good plan. I did a PSIA nordic tree clinic at Jay last year. The combination of people, terrain, and a little fresh snow made it one of the best skiing experiences of my life.
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I'm so freaking psyched. I've been wanting to take Intro to Trees/Steeps for the last three years but I've been taking pre-reqs and exams for LII. I also have been hoping to take it at Jay as I've never skied there and I've heard their trees rock. Well, I got the silver pin last year and PSIA-E is offerening Intro at Jay this season. I'm so sending my app in Monday. I'm there!!!!
COOL, almost makes me want to instruct. Sounds like an awesome class in an awesome place.....enjoy
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Jay is Great place to Ski the Trees

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I'm so freaking psyched. I've been wanting to take Intro to Trees/Steeps for the last three years but I've been taking pre-reqs and exams for LII. I also have been hoping to take it at Jay as I've never skied there and I've heard their trees rock. Well, I got the silver pin last year and PSIA-E is offerening Intro at Jay this season. I'm so sending my app in Monday. I'm there!!!!
Congrats 2-turn!!
Jay is 'hands down' the best place to tree/glade ski on the east coast. Our ski club makes it a regular stop on a three day annual trip that includes Orford and Sutton in Quebec just for the glades. A trip there in 2005 is where I first cut my teeth on tree/glade skiing and I have since skied glades in Colorado, Tahoe and Alberta, Canada.
Look at dropping into Vertigo and Everglade at Jay if the snow conditions are good.
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Niiiice!
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My thinks I better get to the gym and build up a little stamina and core strength. :
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awesome jay video
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Have to give credit where credit is due-Trekchick posted on Skidivas and I just brought it here. Looks like some fun skiing!!

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