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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-29-2014, 12:54 PM
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THere's a reason it's called a "Ski Area" and not a resort or mountain. It's a hill, and not a very big one at that.

I've been there once - if you want to learn how to snowboard i guess it's fine, but it would take you about a few minutes to get down the longest green run on the mountain once you've got the basics down.

Not sure about parks, I went in early Jan and it wasn't open yet. From what I saw, the area that was closed off for the "park" is probably big enough for one or two hits. Maybe a box + rail on one side and another rail + mini jump beside that.

Try Mountain Creek, Hunter, Windham (in order of distance).

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