Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: I can see Santa shoveling his driveway
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Do it, do it, do it!
Unless you have absolutely no coordination, a 4 week course is gonna put your skills up there.
I tell new green riders to try & get as many, 2 days in a row sessions as they can.
You can't really tell your improving that much when you do just a 1 day session, but when you do 2 days in a row. It is incredible how much better you are than you were 2 days ago. That right there is, I think the best motivator ever. It just makes you want to go even more.
If you do the 4 week camp in Whistler, there is no way your going to want to leave.
I've read here recently, a few people didn't have there trip to Whistler turn out as good as they had hoped.
But that's just it right there, they were on trips. Be it a 1 day or a week long trip, your still playin' luck of the draw. It could be awesome or it could be shitty, weather wise.
If you do a whole season there, you won't have to worry about that.
The season there is long, really long.
There will be so many good days, sorry mind blowingly awesome days.
I just went by & looked at the Total cumulative snowfall, 1343 cm for the year so far.
That works out to be roughly 44 & 3/4 days with 30cm of fresh snow.
Ya I know it doesn't always snow exactly a foot every time, but you get the picture. Many, many days with tonnes of snow.
If you do go there, I don't think you'll ever leave.