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Jul 30, 2013
A whole new area?
You guys are going to surpass the Smuggs and Bolton possibilities really soon.
Are we looking at schist here, or something else?
From: Pittsfield, VT
Aug 11, 2013
|Roger - I'm on the fence on this stone...seems more granitic than schisty..nice collection of boulders three distinct zones from one public parking area. I'm off all week - let me know if you want to get out. Big crystals more solid than Smuggs or Killington, some quirky sloper topouts. Some big boulders 20-25ft and lots of 15-18.|
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