I will stay east with my choices because other than a run here or there west.
Originally Posted by Paul Jones
The Chute, tight skiable bumps. Steep but not crazy steep. Natural snow. It is a challenging trail IMHO, especially when it's icy firm.
Epic, what about Goat.
Also, Beaver and Slalom Hill at Mad River. The bumps in general are the best at MRG. Paradise has some great bumps with rocks, stumps chutes and ice - sounds terrible but its beautiful.
Haven't been to Stowe to ski the front four but great bump runs.
Jay Peak has Upper Can Am. Power line is fun too.
Killington has some nice easy bumps, the big trails like SuperStar and OL sometimes get VW bumps. I can't spend a day on that kind of terrain.
Over all, the best bump runs for me in the East are the natural snow trails. The snow is better and underneath the snow, the trail is less tamed which makes for more fun. Needles Eye is an example, not that hard but chaotic lines with stumps and rocks and trouble to keep you on your toes.
My favorite at MRG is Catamount Bowl to Lynx To Beaver, I could do laps on that combo till my legs turn to mush.
Originally Posted by tcarey
Okemo-Sel's choice-tight seeded bumps-quick feet training
This is my guilty pleasure bump run, not steep at all, but perfect zipper lines.
Third would have to be whatever on Castlerock that has the best coverage.