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skitheeast
0

Was a great season. Only thing that bothered me a tad was that they need more snow making on the trails that are icy 24/7. Also a upgrade for tram

150 day(s) ago - Jay Peak.

Stowe Mountain Resort +
80

Bluebird & corn conditions, a great way to end an big season of lift access. With 71" at the stake there's a few more weeks of earning turns.

177 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

Corn Snow
DAVID GELLER’s iPhone
64

Fresh snow & 40 degree temps Sun was great but 60 degree temps turned it all to mashed potatoes by Mon afternoon. Tuesday rain was a killer

187 day(s) ago - Jay Peak.

Stowe Mountain Resort +
0

Spring skiing on the quad was like out West. Great!

188 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

Bonnaroo
0

Still good coverage except for the slush puddles and some exposed dirt:rocks on the upper faces. Cream cheese slush- thick and slow

189 day(s) ago - Jay Peak.

Spring Snow
Stowe Mountain Resort +
0

Sun 4/9 - Got there in the morning and was in heaven. Just gobs of snow, deep, beautiful, everything open except Spruce, and bluebird skies. Got sticky by 1 pm. Fresh powder is no good above 45-ish no matter how waxed up you are. The morning had the best groomed conditions that I've seen all year.

191 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

Packed powder
Stowe Mountain Resort +
80

great day at stowe with my son & brother. weather was perfect, no lines and great skiing.

197 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

Spring Snow 0"
YoDood
0

Well didn't know that. First time there and made decision that morning over other nearby resorts. $92 is by no means cheap either IMHO. Just figured I would comment so people don't make the same mistake as me. Still had a great time. Just think it is a bit overpriced. Don't wanna start a debate on here. Just ski.

198 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

John's iPad2
0

If you paid $129 for a ticket you aren't too smart when you can get them for $92 by using the Stowe Bypass.

198 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

YoDood
64

Also forgot to mention that lift tickets were $129..... so this really pushed the limits of "it was worth it"

199 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

Variable Conditions 6"
Stowe Mountain Resort +
64

No lines. Great visibility. Maybe 6" overnight, some deeper in places. Snow was light at first, but quickly turned to heavy powder. The glades are about 50% still good. There's stashes if you know where to look. All trails have turned to moguls but that's fine for many people. I don't prefer moguls. Snowed all day. Sunday should be a nice day.

199 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

Variable Conditions 6"
anonymous
64

I don't know from where they are measuring 10", maybe more like 6 but it's pretty fun nonetheless. tram line is pretty long but rest of mountain looks great and tree skiing is tough but manageable.

199 day(s) ago - Jay Peak.

SKI THE EAST
0

Jay

200 day(s) ago - Jay Peak.

mike7
0

question: Jay or Stowe for Saturday? thoughts?

200 day(s) ago - Jay Peak.

mike7
0

question: Jay or Stowe for Saturday? thoughts?

200 day(s) ago - Stowe Mountain Resort.

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