BitterSweet 2.6.09

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BitterSweet 2.6.09

Postby mikesathome » Sun Feb 08, 2009 11:00 am

Started out at 11am under blue sky's and about 37*
Light crowds with very little lift lines at the high speed quad made for a good amount of vertical, for a 350foot hill.
I must say it really does feel bigger than my local areas (Mt Brighton, Alpine, Holly, Pine Knob) and has a good range of runs and a very good park.

This was the 35th ski area i have visited life time, and will return to bitter sweet again when i am ever on that side of the state.
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Re: BitterSweet 2.6.09

Postby irishskier » Mon Feb 09, 2009 10:45 am

Agreed. Not a bad little place, they do make the most of their vert. I think it would be cool if they would open up the back side...
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