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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.

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Alright. The entire backside is also ride-able terrain, but is ungroomed and all-natural. You can go 360 degrees off this volcano.
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Schweitzer Resort

Schweitzer Bowl (the front side if the mountain)


and the back of the mountain is called Outback Bowl


Mt Spokane

Frontside


Backside


Those are the 2 mountains i ride most.
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Would you have any pics of what a "double diamond" in MN (Upper Worm Gear) looks like?
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I'll take a pic when I go out tomorrow. It's a cliff. Unless it's dumped a foot, it's completely unrideable. It's maybe 80 vertical feet but it's steep. 3-4 turns on skis. Most people don't bother with it because it's a trek to get back onto wormgear.

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your blacks look like our blues, if not a little more calm. lol
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your blacks look like our blues, if not a little more calm. lol
I'd call them fast greens. It ain't much, but whaddya do? Reasonably cheap lift tickets and only a few miles from my work. Staff is all cool and have a mutual friend who's a patroller. In between Hollywood High and Hawaiian cruise there's a few short tree runs. They take really nice care of the park and it's big considering they eliminate 2 runs to facilitate it. The most positive thing I can say about it: It really makes you appreciate winter snowboarding trips to anyplace else.

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Smallest mountain possible; It's literally a 10-20second run on this hill, but has a very nice park. (:
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