Saturday, with Sugarloaf behind me
Carbon copy (near the Collins angle station)
The conditions were actually pretty good, dearth of snow considering. H said that it was much better than Opening Day had been; no new snow meant they were able to groom things into submission and while high traffic areas (like Corkscrew - ugh) got skied off, the trails did not get bumped up. When we switched over to the "Sugar side," which we did for the last run of each day, going "around the world" through Sugarloaf and out through Sunnyside, the snow was really pretty good there and with a fraction of the people that were skiing the Collins side.
By Sunday evening, our knees were a little sore and our legs were a little stiff. That's just what happening on Opening Weekend.