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View Poll Results: Would a terrain park near Boulder be a good idea?
Yes, if it had awsome features 35 79.55%
No, I would rather go to Eldora 2 4.55%
No, I would rather drive 3 hours to Summit County 7 15.91%
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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-03-2012, 03:19 PM
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Plus Echo fucking sucks as a park. I will never go back there again.
yea I dont hit the features so its all the same to me.

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The problem with Echo is that even though it's geographically closer to Denver, it's not that much quicker to get there sans traffic. You can get to Loveland quicker. Squaw Pass Road is a pain in the ass.
the irony there is that Loveland REALLY sucks ass for any kind of freestyle features at all. they have a couple, and they are horrible. Yea I may not hit them, but they look like they got dropped from a trash heap.

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Thanks for the feedback. I know there is Echo and thats sick and all but no tow rope. If heard from alot of people they would rather drive the extra hour to Summit County to hit the parks there instead of Echo. But the point of it is to have a sick rail park with a tow rope. Once you ride a tow rope park it sucks to have to sit on a slow cold lift. As far as Boulder goes thats why were throwing around the idea. It would have to be in towards the mountains more to be able to keep snow. We are also coming up with other places like Fargo, Nd. If we could some how find a hill there to put it on it would be a huge hit
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Loveland's "park" is an absolute fucking joke. Just terrible.

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Loveland's "park" is an absolute fucking joke. Just terrible.
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if i was living out there i would totally be hitting it up.

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