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post #3 of (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 05:04 PM
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Originally Posted by smat View Post
In sum: a very wide, barely sloping run which is quite long so that I don't spend 3 quarters on my time on a magic-carpet / chair.
The Cut on Grouse is probably ideal for you. It's wide, flat (side to side) and doesn't have any trees or anything shooting up in the middle. And it's longer than most stuff on Seymour. As mentioned though, line-ups on Grouse on weekends are nuts. If you can go weekdays you're golden. Otherwise, first thing in the morning, and figure on leaving by noon.

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