Titus69Wow you're insanely butthurt dude, east coast pow isnt just trees, if you've ever seen a STE or meathead film youd know that the presidentials and just any BC area of the northeast high up has good open terrain, just look at the chic chocs in QC. I skied a week at jay peak and we got snowed on everyday and the tree skiing there was absolutely crazy, you probably encountered some hardo who didnt let you follow his tracks and got all upset about it, yes some areas are tight but if you know where to go and know how to ski through it youd find some fun times. Just skied the deepest winter of my life in utah and can still say that the east coast can provide awesome BC pow skiing.
Good east coast powder skiing is ducking the ropes and not giving a fuck about your bases when it drops a foot early season.
I mean my dude at Stowe whos the best boarder I've ever seen is a tiny guy and all the shit thats fair game that he can charge is just a little different for me.
The Presidentials in the winter are a different story all together snow quality is pretty sketchy from the wind and honestly its smartest to just wait until the spring. Driving to QC vs hopping a flight come on man you are just being stupid.
Its still fun its just different. The mountains aren't as wide open. But the mountains in Western N.A. aren't anywhere near as good as those in the Alps either its all a matter of perspective.