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Six Degrees of Separation from Sugarbush Resort

Six Degrees of Separation from Sugarbush Resort
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One Response to Six Degrees of Separation from Sugarbush Resort

  1. Sergey Ulitenok October 6, 2009 at 5:55 pm #

    Sugarbush is unquestionably top ten in the East and Vermont. I wish they had a gondola and a bit more diverse terrain for beginners. Borrowing a phrase from a sugarbush review posted on “…If risk taking and adrenaline are must-have ingredients in your ?best day? formula, head toward Castlerock Peak.Once you get to the top, breathe in, breathe out, and hit the narrow twisting trails. A couple of runs?with never-ending moguls?on that peak will be a good physical test for your legs.” Indeed, as long as you can handle your skies, there is plenty of fun at Sugarbush.

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