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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-13-2014, 08:47 PM Thread Starter
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Should I stick with it?

I go to ski resort every Friday and last Friday was first time snowboarding I was very bad , but i am a pretty good skier.

I was just wondering if i should snowboard again this Friday or just go back to skiing what do you think because all my friends snowboard.

BTW what color hills usually have flat parts to them and some downhill, and not just down hill that's what I would like to stick too because the bunny is all downhill.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-13-2014, 08:50 PM
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Why are you asking the internet a question only you can answer?? Srsly.
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Black Double Diamonds have heaps of flat sections, right on the edge of the cliff for about 4cm.

Seriously, if you're scared of the bunny hill are you sure you're a "pretty good skier"? Surely if you can ski you have enough of a feel for being on snow that you should feel comfortable on the bunny hill to at least make it down safely and work on some turns. Plenty of 5 years olds do.

Stick to green runs.
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What makes no sense to me is if the OP goes every Friday then the OP should know the local terrain pretty well. Instead of asking what color trails to go on.
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Yeah I know, this one's a puzzler!
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snowboarding is harder to learn, you aren't going to see that instant success you saw on skis. Do yourself a favor and buy some lessons.

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Skier buddy just started to try snowboarding, sucked the first day by the 3rd day he was starting to carve.
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i think you should go ski. you're giving us a bad rep.
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Good skier in his mind could be he can Pizza French Fry and make it safely down the hill without blind siding us boarders

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