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  1. #1976
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyg82 View Post
    Alta of Quebec?
    Mont Alta

    It’s in the laurentians

    It allows snowboarders

    Not sure how they did out east (sutton), more snow today I think?
    24° 06°

  2. #1977
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Got some pics from og today ,it helped keep me at bay. Get out there buddy!


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    Got out there today...
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    Fun was had

  3. #1978
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  4. #1979
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    Quote Originally Posted by MyNameIsAugustWest View Post
    Got out there today...
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    Fun was had
    Good for you man. Looks nice.
    How was the crowd?


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  5. #1980
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    Quote Originally Posted by danmelon View Post
    Nice little morning at Alta of Quebec. Steeps weren’t in the but low angle was full throttle

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    nice man, love that section, so cruisy. always worth riding it right to the very bottom

    i've never seen so many people on mont royal. multiple ambulances at the toboggan hill

    tons of snowmen and snow structures, perfect snow for it. saw this igloo with some fat clouds pouring out.. memories of Mines



    Stoked for everyone getting some

  6. #1981
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    Let's do some livin'
    After, we die

  7. #1982
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    A friend texted me what a shit show Stratton was and another posted this. Vibes iriponsnow.

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  8. #1983
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    Best comment in FB before it was flagged.

    "Afro American Federal holiday celebrated in the whitest possible way".

    Let's do some livin'
    After, we die

  9. #1984
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    omg.. i was a bit nervous just passing folks huffing and puffing on the XC trails

  10. #1985
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teenaged View Post
    Stoke contribution

    For a holiday weekend Killington hasn't been THAT bad, staying on the chairs near the top usually will keep you out of lift linesName:  20210117_132736.jpeg
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    The mountain looks empty there and yeah, you can avoid lift lines if you know where to go. Even on a Holiday weekend powder day, what do I know. Somebody is eating crow now

  11. #1986
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    A friend texted me what a shit show Stratton was and another posted this. Vibes iriponsnow.

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    Stratton was some kinda of a hot mess. I took one run off the lift to mid mtn & then hiked to the summit a couple times. When I got up top, there were 4’ drifts & whales, nothing groomed or ready. Was western ish....

    In fact when ursa finally opened, patrol was discouraging certain ppl in line from going up by saying “unless you are skilled w extreme weather & terrain, go down now...”

    Bodies all over after the opened the top.

  12. #1987
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    10 miles and 5600’ of deep, supportive snow out in the backcountry today.

    2 of mine

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    2 of me

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    Skiing is fun!!!

  13. #1988
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    Awesome stoke! Props

  14. #1989
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    Quote Originally Posted by iriponsnow View Post
    Stratton was some kinda of a hot mess. I took one run off the lift to mid mtn & then hiked to the summit a couple times. When I got up top, there were 4’ drifts & whales, nothing groomed or ready. Was western ish....

    In fact when ursa finally opened, patrol was discouraging certain ppl in line from going up by saying “unless you are skilled w extreme weather & terrain, go down now...”

    Bodies all over after the opened the top.
    I mean Stratton is worthless with out the upper mtn running. I don’t care how many people they can move out of the base. I had a feeling it was going to be brutal. The old man said bromley was just as bad. This morning should be killer though.

  15. #1990
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Almost there....retirement/mid-week skiing only....ran out of tolerance for that.

  16. #1991
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    A friend texted me what a shit show Stratton was and another posted this. Vibes iriponsnow.

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    Teh fazebook crowd was whining bitterly about the 12-15 minute lines at Magique yesterday. "When is the quad gonna open? Wah!" And every one of those motherfuckers was falling on the Chute.

    Today should be fun. Most of the dentists had to go back to work today.

  17. #1992
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    Quote Originally Posted by AyoBeng View Post
    10 miles and 5600’ of deep, supportive snow out in the backcountry today.

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    Skiing is fun!!!
    Yes it is

  18. #1993
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    Gotta love sending it onthe fishscales!


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    Perfer et obdura, hic dolor olim utior tibi. -Ovid

  19. #1994
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    Gotta love sending it onthe fishscales!
    Heck yeah. I love my Charger BCs. The first 1000’ of climbing yesterday was done with just the scales before I had to put in skins.

  20. #1995
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    ^^^ MNIAW: haha. if you're complaining about 10-15min. liftlines to ski chute on a deep day you may not have actually *skied* chute.

    wow fantastic stoke abounds.

    it is strangely good to be bummed i can't be in VT now.
    glad to see cold temps and snow showers through the week.
    this could be where winter really begins [/unjinx]

  21. #1996
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    Equal sentiment from my newly constructed back deck at shop....

    edit to add I just saw MNIAW ski past on the live stream, #yaynewlow
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  22. #1997
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laps View Post
    Gotta love sending it onthe fishscales!


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    Definitely a quiver ski and there are instances when you don’t want them but I have zero reservations taking them out in powder. The V6s are so fun in the deep stuff.

  23. #1998
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    I skied chargers exclusively for about 5 years, just got a pair of harvest skis w/scaled bottom. Just as much grip & glide but a little damper.


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    Perfer et obdura, hic dolor olim utior tibi. -Ovid

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    Woooo

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