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Originally Posted by cdnrider View Post
hey fella's, its been a while . . . dave that vail vid is pretty sick. i will get there one day, hopefully soon enough to still be able to board. just wondering if anyone has been to holiday valley, ny? son has a hockey tourney in st catherines, on. next week, so me and a buddy were thinking of heading up a few days early. then i look at the weather forecast, and they are all over the place. looks like it will be a bit warmer than usual. what giant resorts around here have the best progression park? pk, mh, av? i notice no one rides brighton, is it any better since being purchased by the big fella's???
What leo said about the parks. MTH is building their end-of-season park for a big slopestyle & big air contest this week. it should be pretty rad, as usual, but pretty high level. otherwise their current jump setup is cool, Pine Knob has the best jib area. I have reasonably higher hopes for Brighton beginning next season. I don't think Vail has had any time to put $$ in to development yet, but hopefully the can step it up.

Holiday Valley is supposed to be pretty decent. I almost went there this year, a friend of mine has been a few times and recommends if for nothing other than a change of scenery, on account of it being slightly taller and about the same distance as Boynes. I say check it out. >> Reviews | Trip Reports | Commentary

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