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Originally Posted by ThunderChunky View Post
I was planning on going to Powder Mountain next year around March of this time with a buddy, but he can't save up enough. So I figured I'd just go by myself. The only thing I'm worried about is the powder terrain. I was thinking of still going to Powder Mountain or Northstar. I'm wondering if it is a good idea to ride the powder terrain alone. Bowls, Ridges, etc. Everything would be in bounds of course which is why I thought it would be ok. I do have a little whistle on my jacket in case of tree wells, but that won't do a whole good with no help. I'm probably gonna go to Northstar either way, but if riding these spots alone is a bad idea then I'm definitely going because Pow Mows park isn't that great to me. That or check another mountain with good groomer runs.

Do it dude, dont hold back. I went to mammoth and a number of dif resorts in colorado this yr. Both trips were a week's stay back to back and It was the best experience ever. No one holds you back and its really cool to explore dif terrain on your own.

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