Hey NS me and my brother are driving up to Stowe, Jaypeak, Whiteface, Sugarbush, and Killington for spring break. We are big tree skiers, and have never been to any of these mountains. Where is the best tree skiing, and what are you guys' favorite trails at these mountains. We are driving and sleeping in the parking lot, so ill try to get some pictures uploaded after the trip.
Don't go to the east expecting to ski any form of trees the snow sucks. Go out west. Otherwise stick to groomers and park
"You put on your boots, click into your bindings, dust the snow off your skis, and head out for the chair, and it doesn't matter that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way trip down the shitter, your world is right for the next couple of hours."
Woods are a bit thin. However if your hittin stowe check out chin clip woods and angel food if its looking deep enough. Balls Falls is also a dope spot with a couple of cliffs but requires a little hiking. Its filled in enough as a few of my friends just hit it the other day. You might have to ask some locals for the way in though.
I just spent the weekend in Sugarbush. It was terrible on Saturday and Sunday with the rain and high temps turning everything into slush and ice. Sunday was much better. Other posters are right, it's been pretty tough on the east coast. Sugarbush did have a pretty bomb park, even though I'm not good enough to hit any of the features.
sorry I wrote something stupid, my fish was drowning