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post #7 of (permalink) Old 03-05-2012, 11:59 AM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by HoboMaster View Post
250 vert? That's gotta be hard to learn on, 4 turns and your at the bottom
Boston Mills / Brandwine: Trail Map

For a beginner they are good hills. Easy terrain to learn on with short lift lines. Once you can link a turn with confidence it loses it's luster.

The resort did create a decent park section. If you like rails and jumps you could have fun. If you like speed and are trying to progress outside of the park it's tough.

I was always bored after 2hrs.

And it's about 5-6 shallow carve attempt turns and you are done.

Here's the thing though. A ski hill I could go to after work is better than no hill at all!
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