true, we had a little storm that dumped like 10 inches in october and the trees still had all there leaves and it it knocked off power to 95% of hartford county. there trees/powerlines down everywhere. too bad i couldnt get to my local mountain haha
Not sure about best, but I've fun times with Mont Ste. Anne -- La Foret Noire had some decent spacing, and soft snow when I went in March. Though I wouldn't hit up MSA if you're looking for park, Stoneham has a better setup.
Also had a blast in Whiteface with Cloudsplitter to 10th Mountain division, but I've been lucky with snow in the past.
Jay Peak hands down, the powder days make it insane and on a good year (not this one), they come really often
Snarf Snarf, What are we going to do, Snarf Snarf
"i put both feet in front of me and grind the rail on my nutsack" -nebula, on how to hit a rail
"My uncle Roy shared a beer with me. I drank it, and I was so excited I fell alseep. I must have tossed and turned something fierce because when I woke up my pants were off. Never saw much of uncle Roy after that. Turns out we weren't even related."-TheFap
when i was in dc this one time, it rained really hard, and there were puddles, and the grass was wet, and i saw the cherry blossoms so i ran real fast and slid on my skater boy shoes down the slushy grassy hill through the cherry blossoms and went over a little bump and got some air then stopped on the walkway.
not multiple mountains, but multiple faces on the same mountain.
- Carinthia is all park (left side of the mountain)
- The Main Face is mostly groomers with some trees (middle of the mountain where the new bubble lift is)
- The North Face is the steeper face, bumps, trees, ect. (right side of the mountain), if you want tree skiing at Mount Snow, you go there...get to the top of the mountain and go as far left as you can, you'll end up at a section with two identical lifts right next to each other, those lifts service the North Face.
Smugglers is on the same mountain as stow but it faces north so thier are less tourists from new york because its harder to get thier and it colder so it holds its snow for longer, ivenever been to jay but i hear its got great trees, smugglers is the only place in the eastcoast that i hve been too that gets six inches over night on a semi reguler basis
bush, jay, mrg, and magic. yeah its not the best winter but the trees at the bush are still super fun this year. after this past weekend sugarbush and mrg picked up 4-5 inches. It covered all the bare spots and the lower elevation trees at sugarbush were so nice today. Yeah they have been skied out but it got pretty warm and sunny today so it was soft. probably one of my better days this year.