Sugar mountain liability
I decided to go to sugar mountain, nc despite the lack of snow and warm weather because I have been itching to use my new ctx. I'm going down my first run of the season on my new board as a start to see several grassy patches. Most are easy to go around, but suddenly an unavoidable unmarked patch of large rocks and gravel comes in my way. I see my board spark and I fall down while clenching my fists. I look at the board and as expected there are large deep gouges in the base and edges have more spurs than smooth area. Of course the damage to my board is much less important than the potential risk of injury on these rocky spots, but my question is, do they have any liabilty? I feel that if temperatures are too high for them to make enough snow to cover rocks, they simply shouldn't open that trail.