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    Quote Originally Posted by pitonpat
    You should check out the video titled EPOCH, by Meathead Productions. It's a great backcountry ski video which pays homage to the early skiers of Mts. Marcy, Greylock, Mansfield, Washington, and Katahdin. Meathead Productions is a group of young guys from the Burlington, VT area who ski all 5 peaks, providing history and a reasonable amount of information valuable to those of us who might also ski these peaks.
    Thanks for the information - and welcome to the forum! I see you joined up today and have already posted. It is great to have active participants out here.
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    hi, dont know if uv made ur trip yet, but i live about 10 miles from greylock and now would be great, nice base,prlly 30 - 40" at the summit. The summit has snow for a long time. but the lower sections will get bony in april. This is southern NE u know and late season snow at the lower elevations is marginal. I live in pittsfield , we are about 1000' elv. and have gotten about 28" in the last 2 weeks. happy trails and hope to hear of ur trip. Marc

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    oh, also there is a great documentary, "purple mountain majesty" of the origins and history of the bolt. u shld check it out

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