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Jay - I've been skiing Magic for a couple of years.  I decided not to get a
pass there again this year do to poor/limited early and late conditions.
Based on the limited natural snowfall in the Londonderry vicinity so far, I
would NOT expect any natural snow trails or woods to be skiable. Even a foot
of snow may not make a difference.  My suggestion - go elsewhere.
Richard Meyer
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From: Jay Silveira <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Friday, December 29, 2000 10:36 AM
Subject: Magic Mt. info request


>Depending on how this latest storm tracks, I'm thinking of taking the
>opportunity to finally hit Magic Mt.
>
>However... looking at their trail report, they're only reporting 8
>trails at this point.  I know Magic is supposedly liberal with their
>skiing under the ropes policy (how official this is I have no idea) but
>I wanted to see if anyone had a handle on what the natural snow
>conditions were like.  Do they have a good base and will a foot of snow
>make things great, or are we talking a foot of snow will just hide the
>exposed stuff underneath?  I have a good handle on the northern VT
>conditions (woods at the bush are skiable now, albeit at the low end of
>comfortable coverage in some areas), but southern VT is a bit of a
>mystery to me.  I haven't seen many reports from the Bromley / Stratton
>/ Magic triangle recently, but perhaps there are some SkiVTers out there
>with info, thanks for any reports you can provide.
>
>J.Spin
>
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