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    What lift served mountain is best for me?

    Me and some riding buddies want to make a day trip up north (from MA) to do some riding. I have been looking into several places such as Killington, Sugarbush, Attatash, Waterville valley, Highland park. I would say our collective skill level is a low to mid intermediate. Our bikes are an iron horse 6 point, rocky mountain slayer sxc, gary fisher hi fi, trek fuel. We normally wouldn't attempt a jump or drop over 4'. I guess I'm looking for some advice on the best place for us to go to experience the most non-expert trails. I have read plenty about people riding this trail or that one and how great it was but I don't know that rider's skill level. Thanks ahead of time for any information and suggestions.

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    Idea! Bretton Woods?

    Bretton Woods appears to have some skills friendly stuff (I have not been). Then you could move up to Sunday River & Attitash if you want to push your skills up a level or three (45mins to 1hr from BW). Then, if all goes well , you could hit up Highland On your way home. My 1st gravity rig is just built, so I'll be doing something like this loop...soon.

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    Bretton Woods is excellent for beginner downhill. They have easy to intermediate jumps and drops on some trails. They improve week by week

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbiker91
    Bretton Woods is excellent for beginner downhill. They have easy to intermediate jumps and drops on some trails. They improve week by week
    Thanks a lot! Sounds like BW is on the agenda - w/base camp just down the road a piece...Nice!

    I just noticed OP was asking for a day-trip & my suggested loop route was more geared toward a long weekend.

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