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Old 08-25-2017, 07:22 AM   #10
yardsale
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Quite a drive for you folks, but there is an exciting option developing here in Vermont which involves cutting glades on national forest land supervised by professional foresters to assure the health of the forest while providing great glade skiing. Here is one organization http://www.rastavt.org/ involved. Closer to you, there are several 300 vert glades on the East side of the Tug Plateau. Good for early lake affect skiing.


TCD, my wife and I also skied bc for 20 years or so before discovering AT gear and parallel turn about 7 years ago. The turns are easier and more effective, the gear is lighter and safer and has been a great choice for us as we get older! Around here we sometimes still ski on tele gear but 90% of our turns are parallel.
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