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At times its hard to get excited to go boarding when this is all you've got to work with. I admit it's better than nothing, but the longest run is 45 seconds or so. A minute if you really milk your turns. Usually iced out, but this year has been good for snow.

I propose people post their local maps. I know the resort frequenters are going to make me cry, but I wouldn't mind seeing them either way.

Andes Tower Hills.
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wow that was painful to look at i thought nm hills were bad



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Here's where I'm at all the time. Great park, and even some AWESOME powder sometimes on Plunge and Husky Bowl. Powder in MI?!? Oh yes...
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canyons resort. fucking love this place

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Laax resort near Chur, Switzerland. I've only been riding for 10 days, but this is where I got my first taste of fresh powder. Awesome wide open runs with unlimited opportunities for off piste riding.

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This the hill we ride regularly. Not sure of the vertical can't be much. But we have fun, it's close, and it's what we have.



Granite Peak 3 hours from me probably our best hill. Vertical 700' one one mile long run and 74 total runs



I don't ride at this one but it is in our immediate area. I was built on a landfill, turned into something useful,
I'm good with that. I hear the jumps are decent...again for what we have...only 294' vertical

Crystal Ridge



I need to save to go to a real hill with the family

-I'm Slyder and I suffer from "Gummer Syndrome"

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Perfect North...I love this fucking place! It has made me the snowboarder I am today....lol
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Big Bear and Snow Summit!



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7 Springs, PA. I used to ride a mountain with like 900 ft of vertical, but only 10 runs. This place is a huge upgrade.

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7 Springs, PA. I used to ride a mountain with like 900 ft of vertical, but only 10 runs. This place is a huge upgrade.



Thats my home "Mountain"..lol. Gonna be there in the A.M.

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