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    New England riding resorts

    My grandparents want to take me for a trip this summer and i was wondering were a good riding resort (Like mount snow) is and what its name is. they can also be in lower canada. thanks for what ever you can tell me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcoe newbie
    My grandparents want to take me for a trip this summer and i was wondering were a good riding resort (Like mount snow) is and what its name is. they can also be in lower canada. thanks for what ever you can tell me.
    Mt. Snow
    Killington
    Snowshoe Mtn.
    Diablo

    Check those out I'm sure you'll find something to your liking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxrider489
    Mt. Snow
    Killington
    Snowshoe Mtn.
    Diablo

    Check those out I'm sure you'll find something to your liking.
    i looked at snowshoe but they said its too far but ill check out mt. snow and killington, has anyone ridden either of those two?
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    holy sh!t is all of killington open for biking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcoe newbie
    holy sh!t is all of killington open for biking?
    I'm 99.9% sure not all of Killington is opened to MTBing. I think I read in MTB Action Mag that once you pass a certain altitude you are not allowed any higher except with a guide or something lie that. And not all trails are open to MTB. But Check out Diablo FR Park. Shouldn't be too far for you in New York.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcoe newbie
    My grandparents want to take me for a trip this summer and i was wondering were a good riding resort (Like mount snow) is and what its name is. they can also be in lower canada. thanks for what ever you can tell me.

    ive been to mt snow and its pretty good. my friends have been to diablo and mt snow and they said that diablo was better. no freeriding st mt snow but a lot at diablo. itheyre about the same price, i recommend going to diablo

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcoe newbie
    were is diablo?




    freeriding is fun and i would like to do some down hill also so i still am leaning towards mount snow.

    diablo is in new jersey .. heres the link their site if u havent seen it http://www.diablofreeridepark.com/
    diablo has downhill . its pretty much like downhill courses with freeride stuff on then.

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    were is diablo?




    freeriding is fun and i would like to do some down hill also so i still am leaning towards mount snow.
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    i just found diablo's website and thats were i am going!
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    ... and if we just ... the real deal

    All I can say is plattekill is the best spot in the east to ride. It is full on hard core though. They do not do the best job grooming the trails but it is the best place place to ride. It is three hours from nyc

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardcoe newbie
    i just found diablo's website and thats were i am going!

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    Bolton Valley in VT on the weekends...

    Whiteface in NY as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WEBERTIME
    Whiteface in NY as well.
    cant go on weekends because thats when i work.
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