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I just skiied Sugarloaf in Maine for a week and all they do is talk about these "snowfields", my discovery was a rarley open, treeless, windy, cold, ICY couple of trails. Now dont get me wrong here i loved the mountain the conditions everywhere else were awesome. This was my only problem with the place. White Nitro didnt exactly live up to its name.
ya i skied them a few years back it would be ill but sugarloaf is so windy all the snow blows off the top so its not that good.
how was the park though ill be up there on sunday?
umm the park was decent, they had like 2-50Ft option tables then a 3 option rail setup this was their "big park", stay outta the baby park its icy and crowded. The superpipe is short and icy and its hard to get speed, but has a nice quarter pipe at the end with a picnic-table and sugarloaf symbol thing to stall on.
go ski the can't dog glade, ski far far to the right of it till you get to a shack(the salsa shack) and there should be a couple 6 ft, 12 ft, and 25 ft drops in there.
no lie I ripped those tree lines AND toked in the salsa shack on Weds, it wasnt to bad.
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the loaf is where its at right now...the glades and the park are ill right now...
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