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Originally Posted by BeanTheBassist View Post
the only mountain i really go to(i have a season pass) is the summit at snoqualmie. if you dont already know, its pretty small, and the only worthwhile place to spend time if your an intermediate snowboarder is the park, because every other run is easy and short.
You have a season pass here yet you say this? I been riding Snoqualmie Pass since I was 14 and I'm 28 now. The park is not the only good place to ride here, and the runs are only short if you are not familiar with the trails and how they interconnect. Also, I don't think double blacks through trees that are filled with moguls is easy, but maybe you do. Sorry I can't help you pick out a park board. I just know you want it to be soft and flexy. Just had to chime in here and stick up for a great, fun, and uncrowded little mountain in Washington. Oh, and, Yay for 100 posts for me!

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