My Pico: Alba Adventures

Discussion in 'Video and Photography Stoke' started by Alba Adventures, Apr 7, 2018.

  1. Alba Adventures

    Alba Adventures Putting on skis Skier

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    This just got released - so excited to be part of the "My Pico" series.

     
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  2. Tricia

    Tricia The Velvet Hammer Admin Pugski Ski Tester

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    This is cool.
     
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  3. Alba Adventures

    Alba Adventures Putting on skis Skier

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  4. Mendieta

    Mendieta Master of Snowplow Moderator

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    Well, I Iiked it because ... I liked it :roflmao:

    The way you guys feel about Pico is how I feel about Rose. There is a lot to say about skiing with friends and family, and having a home hill. Even if it means hours of driving to your other home. Thank you for sharing!
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  5. RJS

    RJS Putting on skis Skier

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    I drove up to Pico with a friend this season on a weekday after they had gotten a foot of snow. What a blast! Pico is awesome.

    I'm pretty bummed that you can't use Killington days at Pico on the IKON pass next season, because I would likely use 2-3 of my Killington days at Pico instead. I have mixed feelings about Killington someday connecting Pico to Killington.
     
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  6. Alba Adventures

    Alba Adventures Putting on skis Skier

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    We hear you and I know people that work there feel the same way. PICO is a great mountain and is much bigger than people think. Day passes there are really reasonable and if you ever need a discount, I am sure we can ask to get you one.

    We hope that Killington doesn't connect to Pico as it would change how the mountain feels I think . It really feels like you are at a classic New England mountain, with loads of charm and un-groomed terrain.
     
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