...the only way to get to the chair for the glades are to go down a black....id say it would be a black and a half....lol...my point being, you can ski on and off and on and off and on and off.....ya.....and the skiing is steep, groomed, bumps, and anything else you can think of...yes they got trees and a few hucking rocks too.
young enough to do anything, young enough to not know when to do it
I used to like Everglade at Jay until they cut in in two with the new chair, but Kitz Woods and BeaverPond Glades are fun, too. MRG has gotten plenty of coverage for good reason, so I'll stick with other mountains.
Willoughby Glade at Burke is a fantastic stretch of black birch. At Sugarbush/Mt. Ellen (North) check out Exterminator woods. Not really a glade, but Riverbed at Stow is a cool stash, and Lookout Glades are the bomb. I'm partial to Chutzpah and Hardball at Sunday River, and a little stash on Locke mountain where you have to climb over a snowmaking pipe. I've ducked into so many named and unnamed glades at Sugarloaf that I don't even remember their names.
Banshee Glade at Cannon is the best way to get to the tram from the Peabody side. And if you're privy to the lore of a certain L.S.A. I once frequented, you might find the short-but-sweet Sanctuary or the narro thread of the Wormhole.