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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-13-2010, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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anyone in the PA area wanna meet up sometime soon and board at big boulder?
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I'm in PA.. and love that place...
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Not from PA, but i ride there A LOT. I have some 25 dollar lift ticket vouchers as well.
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My schools snowboard club is goin there next month, I've never been there, but I got a free ticket from their free student pass program. Is BB/jackfrost any good? Better/worse than Blue mountain, is one better than the other?
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Jfbb has shorter runs than blue, but far superior snow quality. Also, jfbb has an open boundary, meaning if you see something in the woods you want to ride, go for it. Jack frost actually has top to bottom glades and a gladed terrain park with natural features. The parks at jfbb are superior to anything else in PA as well (well, besides 7springs).
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Jfbb has shorter runs than blue, but far superior snow quality. Also, jfbb has an open boundary, meaning if you see something in the woods you want to ride, go for it. Jack frost actually has top to bottom glades and a gladed terrain park with natural features. The parks at jfbb are superior to anything else in PA as well (well, besides 7springs).
^^sounds sick, I've never been to an open boundary mountain: definitely gonna do some exploring then Thanks for the review too
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JFBB is probably one of the top resorts in PA when it comes to the mtn itself. Yeah it isn't blues runs.. But like was said above .. It's snowmaking is top notch.

If people on here wanna get a group of forum kids to ride I'm down. Noob in the park but Im still down to ride with some cool peeps
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If anyone is still trying to ride jfbb I'll go whenever. (Except monday or tuesday)
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I'll probably be there this friday (/thurs/sat), I'll have to see for sure later this week
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