Author: Mike
• Sunday, February 08th, 2009

Twelve of us (yeah 12!) skied on deep warm spring snow. Who was here? In photo Ben, Christy, Steve, Sara, Marissa, Dave, Raylene, Bianca, Dan, Brenda, Jim and myself as photographer. We did a long loop starting up and along Porcupine Ridge Trail then Lady Slipper (R1) to Y4,  taking Y8 down to the stone pile where we turned right and went across the trail next to the open pit shale mine and looped around Y1, Y6, Y5 back to Y8/Y5/Y7 area and home down the hill on Y7 and Canaan Rd. We skied for 3 hours and never saw any other skiers other than our own group - almost like a ghost town up here in the hills today! :-)

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  1. So how was the skiing? How “used” were the trails?

    I skied the Lloyd Stark loop at Connecticut Hill and it was very nice but slow. No one had skied there since the couple inches of lake effect the other day so there were still set ski tracks. There was still plenty of coverage.

  2. Sunday — We skied for 3 hours and never saw any other skiers other than our own group - almost like a ghost town up here in the hills …

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