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What 3-4 inches of snow really looks like in northern Vermont.

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Here we sit and dream of the west
but are lured to ski with the best 
the west has powder sure thats nice
but here at Stowe we ski on ice




Barclay Dugger I am sure you were cool in your day it does snow ALOT here in northern Vemront but while the rest of stowe people fought for scraps off the triple today with the double, quad and gondola down. I had the bright idea to skin up from the bottom and ski longest vertical run in anywhere in vermont. 

Lines



this is what made for such a great run since you had to start at the bottom



upest Perry Merrill 


Into the subalpine


this guy rips the 3-4 inches of snow


Matt charges it down the exit gully


the problem with this picture is the skier dissappeared in the 3-4 inches of snow


the other matt gets in on it as well


more wide open powder in Utah



yeee hahhh


coming back from cambridge to my current home



thats all folks
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oh yeah expect some helmet cam shortly as soon as I can edit it.

Edited by BushwackerinPA - 2/19/10 at 4:34pm
post #2 of 7
Thread Starter 
 ok so why dont the pics work now!

honestly when something works IE linking pics from facebook which I know how to do why the hell do you go and change it?
post #3 of 7
So that was the top 3-4" but I wonder how much was underneath that? Looks pretty good to me. Seems like VT has had all the snow this year. 7Springs has more base than UT as well.
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Originally Posted by tromano View Post

So that was the top 3-4" but I wonder how much was underneath that? Looks pretty good to me. Seems like VT has had all the snow this year. 7Springs has more base than UT as well.

the littlest trees here are 15 feet tall.....some trees you cant see and we are actually skiing on top of.

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Are there any good overnight places for relatively cheap up there? I keep wanting to head up and try it out, but I can never agree with myself to make it a day trip from CT/
post #6 of 7
 I think Riverside Inn is only around $50 a night. I'm sure you can find some cheapish places on stowe.com
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Ski Clubs and Ski Council Members Appreciation Days

March 17-21, 2010

Lift Tickets

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Discount lodging available also starting at $45 per night at various places.

You must have a ski club or council card and a photo ID to receive the discount vouchers.

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