Promised Land: Mad River Ruckus - Ski The East

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Spinning laps on the iconic single chair on a 16" powder day... doesn't get much better than that. The Ski The East team shreds the rocks, stumps, cliffs, waterfalls and spacious glades around Mad River Glen, VT.

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