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I'll be there basically every day if you need a riding friend.
What to expect?
Slushy during the day.
Icy at night.
Any powder the ever shows up is gonna be pushed to the side hits for some fun riding.
Park can be full of jerks sometimes but otherwise it's pretty mellow.
Crowded as hell on weekends mainly on the easier runs up until around 6.
Food is expensive.
I have a lot of friends that work as instructors there. They seem to be pretty nice guys and gals.
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I'll be there basically every day if you need a riding friend.
What to expect?
Slushy during the day.
Icy at night.
Any powder the ever shows up is gonna be pushed to the side hits for some fun riding.
Park can be full of jerks sometimes but otherwise it's pretty mellow.
Crowded as hell on weekends mainly on the easier runs up until around 6.
Food is expensive.
I have a lot of friends that work as instructors there. They seem to be pretty nice guys and gals.
Good ol CBK

Yeah sounds good. I just need someone to check out what I can do to improve. I am a new rider but love it and want to progress. We will set something up later. Thanks for the info.
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Food is expensive.
I <3 the pizza place that is nearby.

Not sure on the name but it has a ton of pictures of MMA fighters inside.

EDIT: Got the name. Galeano's.

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I <3 the pizza place that is nearby.

Not sure on the name but it has a ton of pictures of MMA fighters inside.

EDIT: Got the name. Galeano's.
Good to know! That will sure as hell beat my P.B. & J sandwich I would bring just to save a few bucks.
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I'll be there as well. I usually ride solo, but I could give a hand.
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I'll be there as well. I usually ride solo, but I could give a hand.

Since I started snowboarding (not that long ago) I have been going by myself too. So I have no basis or idea of what to improve on. I mainly go and make some turns and work on basics. I would appreciate anyone willing to critique me for some improvement. After my wife has this new baby I will be there just about every week. About the end of Dec.

Thanks all

I can handle blue runs and have only been on a diamond once...to which was most of the hill ridden on my ass or my face.

I did buy a park ticket and I am looking to maybe learn some small basic park stuff. I would love to try the mini pipe! Providing I am ready to do so.

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A bit off topic but not really. Someone on the forum showed me this product and I wanted to share it with you all too. Check out this product ! this will prevent a-holes from stealing a board. I just ordered one. Ski Racks, Snowboard Racks, and Locks | Ski Key Systems It uses the ski racks that most resorts have.
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A bit off topic but not really. Someone on the forum showed me this product and I wanted to share it with you all too. Check out this product ! this will prevent a-holes from stealing a board. I just ordered one. Ski Racks, Snowboard Racks, and Locks | Ski Key Systems It uses the ski racks that most resorts have.
Does Camelback or any of the mountains in the tristate area use this type of rack set-up compatable with that lock? I honestly can't remember.
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Does Camelback or any of the mountains in the tristate area use this type of rack set-up compatable with that lock? I honestly can't remember.
Here check out this site shows places that use it! Ski Area Locations That Offer Ski Key Locks & Racks Camelback, Blue and Belleayre
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Quite a few in NY as well. Thanks
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