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Old 07-21-2016, 09:24 AM   #1
Join Date: Jul 2016
Location: Burlington
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RE: Winter 2016

Hi everyone! I just moved back East from WA and will be going to school at UVM in the fall! Looking to connect with avid backcounntry skiers or fellow splitboarders. I've definitely been spoiled the past two years with year round turns (most recent two weeks ago on Rainier and Mount Olympus) but I'm very excited to be back in the area! I've spent some time around NY and VT as a kid, but am not familiar with the mountains here other than Mansfield and Whiteface. Fingers crossed for tons of powdery awesomeness this winter! My biggest question is this: have turns been possible in recent years on the Great Range Traverse?
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