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  • Making the Olympic Team

    i admit, it bothers me a bit when i see an athlete competing under the flag of a nation other than their own. here is a story how it was done for one american woman. Her run

  • Windham – Ongoing Lift Issues – Anyone else frustrated?

    Growing frustration from seasons pass holders and guests paying premium prices for very poor lift experience this season. December had full rope evacuation on A lift, to which the resort claims new planetary installed but ongoing problems continue. 30 minuet stoppages on A are Becoming routine. G-lift has been down several times as well in recent weeks/starts stops with what…

  • Loon – 2/19/18

    Saw some advice in another thread that people should go to Loon instead of Cannon. ;) Since I'm somewhat susceptible to suggestion, off I went to Loon today. Turned out to be pretty good advice. The snow was generally nice, and the crest of the holiday passed yesterday, so it wasn't super crowded either. I spent most of the morning…

  • Telemark Ski – anyone know about it

    I’ve been snowboarding pretty much my whole life. Now I want to try something new. I never learned how to “traditionally” ski and I have no desire to do so. But both my daughters Ski and I’m the only boarder. I’d like to know about telemark skiing if anyone knows anything worth passing on. Such as what size tele Ski…

  • Gunstock 2-18-18

    We switched plans last minute and cancelled Jay Peak to hit Gunstock. We had 50.00+ passes from purchased in Oct. We arrived on a gorgeous Sunday, at 7:20 AM. We had first row parking. The place filled up in minutes. Friends who arrived at 9:30 waited 45 minutes in traffic to get in. Half day ticket lines were quite…

  • Superstar Update

    Anyone who skis Killington regularly, how goes the Superstar build this year? We're half way through February and the end of February is often the end of the Snowmaking season for them. Thanks Sent from my XT1650 using AlpineZone mobile app

  • New Yorkers looking out for our friends in New England

    My 2 oldest sons graduated from Arlington and my youngest son is a sophomore there now. We take pride in the fact that our community is producing smart and caring children.

  • The Crotched Mountain Rocket Challenge

    CMVerticalChallenge.jpg Yesterday, I supervised the CM vertical challenge featuring local skiers, Joe O. and Dylan P. and the world leader on the Trace Snow app, Scott H. The numbers speak for themselves. If you want vertical in a regularly scheduled day, CM is the place to go. Dylan and Scott went from 9AM until midnight. Joe quit when he hit…