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  1. #2126
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    So, they aren’t going to open bailey falls at all this year? What’s up with that?

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    Beauty (but cold) day up north today

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    Cold kept the crowds home though.

    Can’t believe those two guys had no avy gear goin up there. Dude1 got real lucky.


    Dummies gonna be dum I guess

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    Translation:
    “Offer: lift to tremblant this Sunday. Leaving from iberville station (that’s in Montreal)”

    Totally fine to give two hour car bumps to strangers coming out of a metro station from the epicentre of a pandemic during a pandemic.

    The level of dum on the various backcountry in Quebec fb pages is amazing.
    24° 06°

  3. #2128
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    First day in the BC today.

    Practiced social distancing on the up.
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    Near the top was a real winter wonderland
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    Peruvian will know where from this view.
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    The schmoo that fell last Saturday made the first 300-400 vert tough because all of the Beech bushes were totally intertwined and stuck into the ground. Once we navigated through that it was phenomenal. So much snow from the upslope/lake-enhanced that slatham noted.

  4. #2129
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    Sounds like a midweek banger was had schwaking around Smuggs! Good on you guys. Was said on the lifts today: where is everybody? They’re in the trees man

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  5. #2130
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    As a snowboarder, it still warms my cold knuckledragging heart to see both Spatulas and Bros in the last couple pages.

  6. #2131
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    Found a good line while skiing the dog today.



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  7. #2132
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinfever View Post
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    Bolton Wed night. My son skied till 10:00 and said it was a blast.

    I’m sentenced here by the wife..,,

    Not hard to spot:

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    BTW First time I’ve seen other mags hitting stratton regularly. If you are around look for me or hit me up. Today it’s ON3P Jeronimos, orange jacket, black pants. Totally average skier but try hard to make stratton fun.
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  8. #2133
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    East Coast Roll Call #??? 20-21 Covid closures and hard core touring! Be Fit or Sit

    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    Found a good line while skiing the dog today.



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    Were you skiing “with” the dog or is skiing “the dog” some local knowledge I need to get hip to??
    Uno mas

  9. #2134
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    Cold, but worth it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    Were you skiing “with” the dog or is skiing “the dog” some local knowledge I need to get hip to??
    I was speaking literally. She sends it, but she barks an awful lot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    I was speaking literally. She sends it, but she barks an awful lot.
    Sounds like MMP.

  12. #2137
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    Raw dog skiing is like Dick nose masking
    “Life has become immeasurably better since I have been forced to stop taking it seriously.”
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  13. #2138
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaggy433 View Post
    new VT jong question......

    Bolton valley night skiing worth it? Thinking about trying it to avoid the crowds??
    It's not a ton of terrain, but it can be a blast (IMO).

    My knowledge is a bit historical now, but crowds were rarely a thing back then, excepting those associated with the weekly park series and the weekly beer league. The skiing absolutely can be worth it; one of the days that sticks out in my mind from the first year I lived on-mountain was, IIRC, Christmas week (heck, may have been Christmas day); I worked for most of the day, got out after dinner, and was lapping fresh snow with damn few people around for a while.

    Some folks bring headlamps and don't stick to the lit-up stuff; I don't know what the current level of tolerance for that is. Back in the day, it was heavily dependent on who caught you and how blatant you were being.

    I do know that they've posted several times on social media about being sold out of night tickets, so either it's gotten a lot more popular, or they've actually chosen a responsible and conservative ticket-cap number.

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    Best day of the season so far. More snow than I expected. Explored a new zone at Mt Ellen. Bit twiggy but deep and fluffy. Click image for larger version. 

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  15. #2140
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    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsAugustWest View Post

    The schmoo that fell last Saturday made the first 300-400 vert tough because all of the Beech bushes were totally intertwined and stuck into the ground. Once we navigated through that it was phenomenal. So much snow from the upslope/lake-enhanced that slatham noted.
    I love that spot. I’m glad to hear you all had a good time and got out safely.

  16. #2141
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    4º bob -8º summit clear and breezy. Lost power for a bit last night and was awoken at 6:11 by the roar of the wind.

    Current winholds at south require hiking/skinning to heavens gate, that I can see spinning, to ride a chair. Or the rock at 9. lol

    * Super Bravo, Gate House, Valley House, North Ridge, and Summit are on wind hold. *

    Status update for Sun, Jan 24

    Uphill Travel Information
    Hikers MUST be off hill by 7AM or 10PM. See below for open routes and times that are allowed for up/down travel.

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    Sweet, 157mph peak gust


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    East Coast Roll Call #??? 20-21 Covid closures and hard core touring! Be Fit or Sit

    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    So, they aren’t going to open bailey falls at all this year? What’s up with that?
    Just a guess but it might have something to do with COVID. Simply glad any of the lifts are spinning, quite frankly.


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  18. #2143
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    Who's setting fires at Trapp Lodge?

  19. #2144
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    I think I found a new spot.

    Even if the dog stayed home today.


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    Anudder great day, eh?


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    Current scene

  22. #2147
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    ^^^ Stand and deliver. Nice! ^^^

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    Three dog night and bluebird day out there.

    Three phreakin phreeheelers in the northern Greens.

    Found the path to enlightenment.

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    Non-mag RG was trip leader.

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    Doremite gettin down to that Funky reggae sound.

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    Phone battery nearly died after the first
    lap, so it stayed in my pocket for the remainder.

    Don’t let a crowded parking lot dissuade you. Just go further.

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    ^Great day, G. Thanks again for including me. Got in a little reggae. Thankfully the roots and rocks were buried. Cold but a beauty.
    Uno mas

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