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April 14th at the 'Bush

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Posted: Apr 15, 2007 - 7:47 PM GMT

The Saturday skiing at Sugarbush was phenomenal! The coverage was about as good as it gets, other than a few small streams breaking out in a few places on Castlerock. Lincoln Peak was 100% open, and I didn't come across an inch of bare ground (other then the minor stream breakouts), and it was powder skiing at the top of the mountain, with slightly heavy packed powder on the lower mountain. I spent most of the day in the woods off of Castlerock and Paradise, where it was 1ft+ deep powder and so much coverage than I never saw (or felt) a rock. If the Sunday-Monday storm stays true, and delivers snow, it will continue to be the best Spring skiing in recent memory. I was also pleased to see that the mountain was also very busy (not to the point of being crowded, but a few minute waits for lifts), rewarding the owners for keeping the mountain open.
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Posted: Apr 16, 2007 - 12:06 AM GMT

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The Saturday skiing at Sugarbush was phenomenal! The coverage was about as good as it gets, other than a few small streams breaking out in a few places on Castlerock. Lincoln Peak was 100% open, and I didn't come across an inch of bare ground (other then the minor stream breakouts), and it was powder skiing at the top of the mountain, with slightly heavy packed powder on the lower mountain. I spent most of the day in the woods off of Castlerock and Paradise, where it was 1ft+ deep powder and so much coverage than I never saw (or felt) a rock. If the Sunday-Monday storm stays true, and delivers snow, it will continue to be the best Spring skiing in recent memory. I was also pleased to see that the mountain was also very busy (not to the point of being crowded, but a few minute waits for lifts), rewarding the owners for keeping the mountain open.



I was there as well and couldn't agree more professor!!!!

The skiing was absolutely fantastic! I was blown away by the amount of snow on the hill, especially in the woods.....




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Posted: Apr 16, 2007 - 1:15 PM GMT

Once again,just jealous as heck out here w bluebird skies and green pastures.

Can't wait to see the pix you guys get AFTER this N'easter is over!

PHEW!

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