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posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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they need to do a better jod grooming. icy and choppy even after the 6pm groom. not the best conditions last night
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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killington is only reporting 42" and sundown has 45". hoping its true but seems odd.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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how accurate is the 45" base?
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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must be the carnees posting all the good things about this place stay away rain on the way
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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look harder
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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for local it really is not a bad little mtn. They do alot to keep snow on the trails with 50 degree temps, they do a great job! nice day yesturday, had trails to my self!
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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Went tues night. It was still soft from the warm temps. They claim 4 terrain parks are open. It was 1. It got icy quick as the crowds came. Time to get the summit lit. Nvm they needed a ropes course and zip lines. Don't forget about the segway tours. Wtf segway tours? Lol.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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and where are there cliffs?!?
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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if you want a challenging moutain with extreme terrain, outcrops, cliffs, and huge powder accumulations come here. No better place for it. im from vail and southington is by far better
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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Sweet night, good coverage, no lines, spring temps. Holy trinity in the trees.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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bare ground showing no 40 in base here false advertisement
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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poor conditions for high priced 800 ft hill
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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great conditions
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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Right on brotha', for what it is, WaWa is worth the time and money. Always satisfies...
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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cool place

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