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tips on riding glades

i live on the ice coast but 7 springs just just 14 inches of snow and opened their glades any tips on riding trees would be greatly appreciated.
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Find your line, point it
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Look well ahead, stay dynamic, absorb the little changes in terrain with the lower part of your body, and enjoy yourself.

Also, try not to grab trees to slow you down if you're in a tight section, it screws you over bad.
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here you go, read through this, all of your answers are in here

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/tip...de-glades.html

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Enjoy yourself. Yell with glee if needed.

I fucking LOVE glades. Don't care what the angle is as long as I can play dodge the rock/tree without speed-checking or just pointing it.
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