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posted 128 days ago by ptpavlou
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4/26/14 Great Day Skiing 2 " today
Jay Peak +
Spring Snow
posted 128 days ago by Donnie G.
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Great time spring skiing with friends. Jay Peak had 2" of snow yesterday and most of the trails were open.
posted 129 days ago by jmjblaze
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How are the woods holding up? I'm comming up Sunday/Monday
Jay Peak +
Corn Snow
posted 130 days ago by Martin iPhone
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A whole lots of fun today.Main slopes were completely covered to my surprise. A little more challenging options were available as well!!
Jay Peak +
Spring Snow
posted 130 days ago by Martin iPhone
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I was amazed to see how much terrain was still open. The larger runs were still fully covered with lots of loose snow. The glades on stateside were open but with many potential dangers. Still, great skiing is to be had at Jay.
posted 130 days ago by EN
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Beaver Pond. Still nice below
posted 130 days ago by EN
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Beaver pond. Doubt will be skiable tomorrow
posted 130 days ago by EN
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Meant Kitz
posted 130 days ago by EN
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Klutz woods had lots of snow but was firm/icy this am, Timbuktu is soft but skiable.
posted 130 days ago by jmjblaze
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Woods good?
posted 130 days ago by EN
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Jay Peak +
Variable Conditions
posted 130 days ago by EN
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Impressive how much snow here as compared to sugarbush where I was yesterday. Stateside glades are still open. Picture is from kids woods
posted 132 days ago by patmedbowling87
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How would you know did you actually measure it?
posted 135 days ago by Anonymous
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Been a Great season. Still a lot of snow, to ski, its worth the hike. Enjoy its wortb the hke????
posted 135 days ago by my iPhone
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Perfect day to close down Stowe! 55 degrees and sunny, glorious spring conditions, tons of snow that could have taken them well into may. Enjoy this shot of nosedive with the Chin in the background. See you next winter my love! Happy Easter all!

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