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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-14-2013, 08:59 PM Thread Starter
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Tomorrow when everything gets all mushy and slow, head towards the steepest slopes. That mush is pretty fun when gravity is giving you a boost. If you can find un groomed areas, It might even be corned up later in the day, which is pretty close to being as fun as pow.
Good advice, though i didnt see it till now. I sorta found that out for myself though.

Sidewinder at the canyons was a good example. Great fun. Cloud 9 was actually better because it hadnt been groomed.

Also, i was enjoying the jump line in the beginner park, though getting speed was a little difficult.
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I've found decent smoosh a few days after the storm at Snowbasin around the Strawberry Lift. That being said, with these temps, just enjoy the fun at Park City. I'd say go to the bar, but I assume you're not allowed in. Fingers crossed for the weekend.

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Today, i actually was really able to enjoy the spring skiing 100% for the first time. One reason, i put my lift ticket in my back pack so i could ride without my jacket, the park riding was a blast.
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