Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby jsul185 » Sat Mar 06, 2010 9:59 am

Skied Sunday River yesterday. Off the hook!! Bumps everywhere particularly in the Jordan Bowl. Lot of snow in the trees. Oz, Wizards Gulch etc.. awesome. The quality of the snow had a light fluffy texture we don't get often in the Northeast. I skied Loon thursday which sucked. Clearly Loon got a rain mix making the bumps very hard and icey. SR got 100% snow. A made a run down Quantum Leap, a steep bump run. I got very back seat halfway into the run and had to eat a huge bump. I braced myself with that east coast mentality that this bump is going to hurt. Then pow I ripped right thru it and got back into the stack position which doesn't happen often. :lol:
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby madriverjack » Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:42 am

I went to Killington yesterday and there are great bumps all over the mountain devils fiddle, OL, upper part of wild fire, east fall, and between the dippers ,thats just a couple I skied. The lines are unbelievable and they have bumps just about everywhere you look. I am almost scared to say it, but I think The K is back in full force.
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby B-Stead » Sun Mar 07, 2010 1:43 pm

madriverjack wrote:I went to Killington yesterday and there are great bumps all over the mountain devils fiddle, OL, upper part of wild fire, east fall, and between the dippers ,thats just a couple I skied. The lines are unbelievable and they have bumps just about everywhere you look. I am almost scared to say it, but I think The K is back in full force.


Nice. I am in for next weekend for sure!

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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby Pirahna22 » Mon Mar 08, 2010 11:30 am

Wildcat was sweet last Saturday, 3/6.. All trails were open and there were plenty of hero bumps. :D
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby AlpineZone » Mon Mar 08, 2010 12:05 pm

Gunbarrel at Ski Sundown, CT is fully primed. Sick lines.
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby B-Stead » Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:05 pm

How does Gunbarrel look now? Petrecky, C-mo, MRJ, and others are coming on Sunday.
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby B-Stead » Fri Dec 17, 2010 3:45 pm

Are there any moguls in the entire North East right now, this weekend - 12/18/2010 ?
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby powhunter » Thu Nov 03, 2011 7:35 am

There was a zipperline of about 8 bumps on lower Rime at K town on tuesday...

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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby B-Stead » Tue Nov 08, 2011 10:14 pm

powhunter wrote:There was a zipperline of about 8 bumps on lower Rime at K town on tuesday...

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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby powhunter » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:32 am

Lower East Glade Tuesday 11-8...It was sweet!!
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby B-Stead » Thu Nov 10, 2011 8:35 pm

That is sooooo painful to see me not skiing on that today.
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby B-Stead » Mon Nov 14, 2011 11:14 pm

Shredded KMart on Sunday in 60 degree temps. It was really good and in general, uncrowded. Lines were moving. There was a small bump line over on upper east fall or east glade or whatever it's called. Probably about 15 bumps but great stuff for early season.
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby Old School » Mon Nov 14, 2011 11:19 pm

And you made turns like you had been on your skis all summer.
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby spetrecky » Sun Nov 27, 2011 3:01 am

Squaw at Thanksgiving...we have no snow and it was 50 degrees. Skiing sucked but I had to go.


And 2 sweet ass pumpkin pies I made on thanksgiving...I am the master of pumpkin pie.
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Re: Real-time Mogul Alerts: East

Postby bvibert » Thu Mar 08, 2012 9:12 am

Gunny bumps have been seeded at Ski Sundown. There should be some decent lines by the end of today.

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