I know that jump in question not even close to 25 feet. Cut it in half and that is somewhat close to the real size.
You can't ride pow that's the plain and simple truth. You're not confident enough with knowing how to shift your body weight and manipulate the board to land the way you want. A set back isn't going to help you. A powder board isn't going to help you. Trial and error is what is going to help you.
Landing a "medium" park jump as you put it only teaches you how to land on a groomed surface. Forget everything you know about landing a park jump when it comes to pow. Light on your feet, speed, weight manipulation, and spotting the landing are what you need to know.
Next time there's a pow day and you're at Keystone as you obviously like their shitty jumps go into the park and send one of the jumps. That will give you the practice you want.
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Because someone has to call it how they see it!