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posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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adirondacks are more fierce then either
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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some of us have been lucky enough to ski the catskills backcountry in 7 feet of powder like two years ago when ny getting all the snow and vt nothing. you see weather in unpredictable in general and we could end up with epic conditions instead of you. the difference is we have the most gnarly terrain so if get the big snow its open season. vt can get 25' of pow and its still just powder skiing with drops on anything challenging.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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i lived out in crested butte for 6 years. after that its hard callig any of this challenging.
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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sounds like a nice manicured "glade"...may as well stay in the park. keeping your eyes in-socket while dropping rock is part of the challenge the catskills? the maine shoreline is steap and rocky too but noone brings it up because those rocks dont have snow either
posted 2 years ago by anonymous user
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its a good time talking instead of skiing. lets stop in middle of trail and have a talk hey do you like princess diarrheas baby hows her baby wheres the baby oh baby what a baby of a baby. wasnt that fun lets go ski now

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