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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-05-2013, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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anyone here ride spirit?

Hey! just wondering if anyone rides at duluth mn at spirit mountain!
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I'm a pass holder but I usually only go when I have to go to Duluth for something, or of I just want to lap the park all day, or on a good powder day.

I ride giants most of the time.
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oh nice! i have never been there? how is it?
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I like it. Decent vert, more acerage than spirit, good variety in terrain, decent park, the snow is usually drier than the lake effect slush that falls in Duluth, tree riding if you know where to look, not very busy, chill atmosphere, the grooming and snowmaking is better than probably anywhere.

Nothing else in mn really compares, although Lutsen is better overall IMO.
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that sounds nice. do they know how to make good jumps there unlike spirits straight up things that send you into flips?
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there's only one jump line, you might like them better guess. Personally I think spirits jumps are are as good as it gets in the midwest.
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