icelanticskier wrote:met up with meathead films star
Patrick wrote:Great day indeed. Loaf the place to be this weekend.
Compared to the competition:
Happy to have bumped into you, hard to stand still when the skiing is so great (Agree on the low amount of snow for April). Saw you again as you group were heading down Gondolier...we continued further south. Skied 25k of bumps, corns, bushwacked, etc... great day...TR to follow, Lucky has a few fun pics.icelanticskier wrote:met up with meathead films star
Unlucky Luke wanted to hit the jumps at the end of the day, but the park was off-limits with the MH film crew.
Harvey44 wrote:I'm sure this question has been answered before, and/or probably obvious to some.
But if someone feels like answering again...
Why does Sunday River focus on early season and why does Sugar Loaf do so well in the spring?
Is it just a choice by mountain management(s) or are there physical, geographic, topographical reasons?
christopherb wrote:In fact, if I'm not mistaken, their snowiest months are Feb., April, March. (In that order)
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