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01-31-2008 08:55 PM
KIRKWOOD-$LUT only park board place
the rest of the mountain, which is really a hill sux
but it has the best park
01-31-2008 04:56 PM
killclimbz What can I say? Snowboarding was born in the backcountry and that is where I would rather be. Parks are so man made. Anyway, a first post out of the blue selling your resort is lame. You should post this at TGR. It's the biggest snow related site on the web. Lot's of park rats there. I am sure they would be interested...
01-31-2008 04:29 PM
TM-BREAL Wouldn't expect anything else from someone who doesn't ride park.
01-31-2008 04:10 PM
killclimbz This is a lame advertisement for Boringhill...
01-31-2008 03:49 PM
TM-BREAL
Boreal Mountain Resort

Have you seen how much snow has fallen in North Lake Tahoe. I have and it is awesome. This mountain claims to be an all mountain terrain park and they are exactly that. The jumps are groomed to perfection and there is something for everyone. If fifteen footers aren't your thing then step up to the fifty foot step downs and watch all the local pros throwdown. If I wasn't mistaken I saw Guldemond stomping switch 1080's for his warmups before the x-games. But maybe jumping isn't your thing and the 30+ rails and boxes out on the aren't good enough. Check out the superpipe. 18 foot walls with nothing but beautiful tranny just might put a smile on your face. In the battle of the parks their is a reason more pro photos come from a resort you never heard of instead of riding at Northstar. If you haven't checked out this mountain I would give it a shot.

Keep on Riding.

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