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With temps pushing 60 not a banner day for conditions. By 130 many trails on spruce were slush and too slow, ones on far right and left should have been closed due to so much exposed terrain. Mansfield was good including Moguls but you had to ski the shade by noon. Kudos to Vail resorts for having most trails and lifts open, didn't see a blue off limits.
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Great day with a lot of fresh snow most of the day. Winds really picked up in the afternoon and iced it up just a bit. They are expecting 90MPH winds at the summit tonight so tomorrow may be icy.
New Snow : 2" Packed powder0
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Eugene Shevaldin
Jay Peak14 day(s) ago
Best powder days I’ve had at jay and I’ve had many. What an epic weekend. Knee deep stashes everywhere. There was so much pow I’ve found lines and glades I didn’t even know existed yet. Flyer and tram were closed on Saturday but you could hike a bit to hit that side. Jay is the BEST
New Snow : 18" Powder0
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CF Echlin
Smuggs never disappoints. We skied all day on Sunday Feb 9, 30+" new snow in past few days, very cold, no wind, no crowds! Both Madonna and Sterling peaks were in top shape. Friendly skiers ad boarders and great lifties. Tough to pick a favorite run: Upper FIS, Chilcoot, Rumrunner, Black Snake and Practice Slope.
New Snow : 5" Packed powder0
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YoDood
Jay Peak2 months ago
Skied 12/20-12/21. Only left side of mountain was open. Bad news: goats run and angel's wiggle are an ice fest full of jerries so enjoy getting to connecting trails safely. Good news: powder is there if you know where to look. Timbuktu was sick on 12/20. The trees seemed to protect the snow from getting rained on last week and it was pristine. There's plenty of little jumps in the forest with clean runouts still too. Lift line on 12/21 was sick with lots of little bumps and rocks to air it off of and soft landings. Exhibition has an icy and sketchy entrance but once you get a quarter way in, the snow is all powder. Do not recommend jumping off the first largest cliff band straight; the landing is super flat and not filled in well. Second cliff band is perfect though. All the glades in general were pretty soft. When they open the flyer tomorrow, don't hesitate, and go straight to JFK and the woods off JFK and off Ullrs Run. The woods will be very deep, probably more so by JFK as those tend to catch windblown snow very well and they haven't been open all year yet.
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Stephen Gildert
14 inch of new snow over the weekend. Lovely conditions
New Snow : 20" Packed powder0
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LosAlamos
Smuggs was sticky on the flats Sat 4/13. Steeper terrain was where it was at!!!
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LosAlamos
Jay Peak10 months ago
Sweet day @Jay yesterday!
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Dennis Porteous's
The mountain was in fantastic shape! Lots of fresh powder. Mild day on Thursday March 14th but still awesome!
New Snow : Powder0
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Lew’s iPhone
Jay Peak11 months ago
Amazing conditions despite wind holds on flyer and the tram, powder lines all day long and dumping POW!!!
New Snow : 8" Powder0
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anonymous
Burke Mountain11 months ago
lots of powder in glades off East Bowl. Great skiing everywhere!
New Snow : Packed powder0
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iPhone (3)
Sunny Sky’s and great conditions; No ICE!
New Snow : 0" Machine Groomed0

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