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anyone at Killington tomorrow? (Fri April 29)


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(Sorry if this is in the wrong place, I wasn't sure where to post it!)

I've been mostly at Sugarbush this spring (first day on skis was March 3rd, fell in love and bought an Ikon pass for next season, so I've been skiing constantly since then). They're down to just Stein's for closing weekend, which is way above my current abilities.

So I'm planning to go to Killington tomorrow early... despite having to pay for a lift ticket, since they aren't on spring skiing for my pass. Looks like they still have a decent number of trails open. Anyone planning to be there? Or want to join me? I'd love to meet some divas in person, even though I'm sure I can't keep up with any of you yet! (Not totally incapable-- I've been skiing mostly blues recently, probably poorly, but making it down.)

Any recommendations for Killington in general?

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