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A foot of fresh in VT....

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10"-15" is coming down in northern VT......

Anyone getting some???    
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I hear a rumour that Jay Peak is opening for the weekend to take advantage of this snow system...
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 Jay is opening tomorrow.
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damn........
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30"+ on Mansfield. Biggest storm of the season. 
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 Skins?
'Pics?

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Originally Posted by epic View Post

30"+ on Mansfield. Biggest storm of the season. 
Is it dry snow or cement?
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 It sure ain't dry. Forget snowballs, I think you could build a suspension bridge with it.
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Pack it down and it should ski fine
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 cememt skis like shit when pack down. There is no such thing as snow to heavy whens its untracked only slope not steep enough and skis not big enough.

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Originally Posted by BushwackerinPA View Post

 cememt skis like shit when pack down. There is no such thing as snow to heavy whens its untracked only slope not steep enough and skis not big enough.



 

It's not the packed snow, that skis like shit...  You know the rest :-P

Most refer to packed wet snow as "hero snow"
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POD_4_28__10_1_.jpg

Jay Peak is reopening Thurs-Sun.
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I know this much...the best spring ski Mtn in the East is Sugarloaf and they also got around a foot and has remained open with still 2000 feet of verticle and 35 plus trails. If you like spring bump skiing and all time great bump runs like Bubblecuffer (think Starr at Stowe) this weekend wil be outrageous.
Anyone going?
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Sorry for the double vid. Iwas trying to put this one in second.


 

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All I can say is......

DROOOOOOOL......
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