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03-20-2013 06:07 PM
snowman55 I was there last weekend and it was pretty descent considering how much it rained on Saturday.

The conditions should be much better this weekend since it snowed there most of the week and has been colder too.
03-20-2013 12:15 PM
a4h Saint
Originally Posted by CalvaryCougar View Post
thanks for the reply dude!!!!^
I can't help but notice your tag at the end of your messages. Is that an organization of some sort?(I'd be very interested if so). Or is it just a tag you put on your messages? Feel free to pm me if you prefer.
03-19-2013 06:39 PM
CalvaryCougar thanks for the reply dude!!!!^
03-18-2013 05:53 PM
a4h Saint I was up there the 11th-13h this month and conditions were excellent. They still had a few inches of pow and it was snowing while I was up there. Silker creeks parks were great.

The basin areas parks were pretty good aswell. The progression park had 3 like 10ft kickers with 2 bonks, like 5 sets of boxes and rails, and a c box up.

The main park had one like 20ft kicker with 2 lines of rails ea. w/ 3 rail choices. A big double barrel, 2 big rainbow rails, and some norm boxes and d-f-d rails.

(copied and pasted from the other thread you posted in.)

P.S. idk about now but if you get a chance head over to knot bumper. Its under the balhooter lift. It had some excellent snow and fluffy moguls when we were there. I spent hours on that run watching my not so talented friends roll down the hill.
03-18-2013 05:22 PM
Snowshoe parks this late?

Just wondering if anyone knew what snowshoe's terrain parks were looking like now that silver creek is closed? Me and my buddies are leaving tomorrow for snowshoe and hoping they have at least some jumps and rails. Any info appreciated!

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