by: OnTheEdge - 3rd March 2013

  • 5
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced/Expert
  • 5All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 5Family Friendly
  • 3Aprés Ski
  • 4Terrain Park
  • Overall Value
Great for All Riders, Awesome Glades and Double Black Diamonds
Fast Food Doesnt Fuel Me (Pack Your Own Meals), Lifts Will Freeze Your Butt

Full review

I actually enjoyed Titus more than Whiteface. Titus gets better snow conditions then Whiteface and Gore so you will actually be able to experience powder on the east side. If you are a more advanced rider the Summit will be the section to hit up although it still has really easy trails down the mountain, it has the best double blacks. What I loved about this Mountain is that you can choose your own trail through the glades that offer enough variations in terrain steepness and obstacles but yet you can easily filter back to the main trail to get to the lifts.There is a cut out trail about 3ft wide in the double blacks so if your not a fan of maneuvering through trees and are experienced enough you can zip down some awesome terrain. Titus has a lot of beginner trails but I noticed the terrain will not be as smooth for starting out beginner riders used to other mountains. The terrain park is on par with Whiteface. They have added a lot of new trails, hopefully this site will update the stats and map soon. It looks like Titus is trying to attract more advanced riders now.
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