Wow, talk about fancy new paint for the Pico detaches! I like the new look!
__________ Fall Linen. Imaginary line following the most direct path down a slope that skiers continuously traverse on a run, often stopping at other invisible slope features along the way like the Tumble Lane, the Stagger Path and the Topple Zone.
Is that quad an old Yan? The chairs look the like the old chairs on Superstar and some of the older Sunday RIver quads.
What ever happened with the connector? I remember some folks talking about it a few years ago. The trail looks to be in good shape. Does it just not connect? How long would it have to be? Would there be a need for lifts to make this happen? I would think you could ski from Kmart to Pico, but perhaps need a lift up the backside of Ram's head.
I've only skied Killington late season so I've only seen Pico from the summits.
Perhaps if ASC woudl sell off Steamboat then some of the eastern resorts could build new lifts. Sugarloaf would be tought to beat with an uphill upgrade. I'd like to see them replace the double-doubles with double-detachable-quads. That could quite possibly be one of the coolest things. Is there such a thing? I've seen double-quads, but they've been fixed grips.
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It's actually the other way around - one could ski to Rams Head from Pico if they made a crossover near the Sherburne Pass trail, however it's not possible the other way around due to the topography. As it stands now, there is no connection, as that trail ends up somewhere near the Killington access road.