I should hit 50 this season. But the season had a late-ish start here in the northeast, so I'm behind where I should be this year.
Which brings to mind another question: quality vs. quantity? Which is more important -- a great ski day, or lots of mediocre ones? Or is there no such thing as a mediocre ski day?
Ski Diva , It seems to me at least here in the east you need quantity if you want to get quality. Trying to pick that great day to go just might not work. If you are committed to going often chances are you can hit some great days be it powder, or blue skies, or spring corn etc.
I have been avg. 75 -80 days for the last 4 years. I have had some awesome days and some pretty poor conditions too. Also have a pretty small bank account and a that wife reminds me of that. I'm actually going to have to do some real work this weekend, but thats ok I have been skiing the last 8 days and my body needs the break.