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Killington, sugarbush, sugarloaf, Sunday river or loon
Who’s got the most advanced terrain, steeps , drops , trees
is the cat skiing at sugarloaf any fun? Videos make it look very “family” and kinda boring
Sugarloaf is definitely better than all those other mountains you listed for variety of terrain/options. Go tour up Burnt Mountain vs Cat Skiing (though the cat skiing is fun and makes it easier than earning your turns).
All that said - been a pretty low tide start to the season and the glades aren't in yet.
Hit me up if you have more Loaf questions!
**This post was edited on Jan 16th 2020 at 9:29:48pm
Sunday River has some pretty good stuff, the Jordan and Oz area has some great naturals, and if whitecap has the glades open they have a few pretty gnarly drops. There is a whole load of other great drops throughout the resort.
Message me if you have any questions about it, as I am a local and know a whole bunch of secert lines.
**This post was edited on Jan 17th 2020 at 1:21:25pm
Sloaf or Bush is da way to go mon
Bush has great terrain off castle rock chair and has the slidebrook basin with shuttle service every 15 min where you exit. loaf is positioning themselves for greatness (see their 2030 plans - west mountain expansion) and will have one of the more unique resort experiences with a big emphasis on uphill/touring/"back/side coutry" access. burnt and brackett are already really nicely done. those are my top two, with vermont i feel there is better snow regularly, and is close to other great places like mad river and lots of the best breweries. loaf is out there but is a dope enough mountain to make a case for wanting to ski there exclusively - its just so far away from other shit.
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