Bad conditions - when do you stop?
So I'm curious what you guys usually do during bad conditions. Is there a point when it's too icy, too slushy, too moguled out, etc...?
I'm trying to get better and really do carves but it seems like I don't really hit my stride with carving until 2-3 hours into the day, and by that time a lot of the good runs are all moguled out.
I guess if I was a really good carver then I'd be able to carve straight through bumps... but I'm not lol.
When should I just call it an early day? And in your own experience, how important are snow conditions for being able to pull off the level of snowboarding you want to pull off? (I imagine that second question will vary from person to person and I'm curious about it).
newby / ski convert
Last edited by dave785; 04-25-2016 at 05:42 PM.