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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-24-2007, 10:45 AM
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Hey, I'm hailing from dirty jerz and wanted to say what's up. Found this forum via google. Been riding for 8 years and a bulletinboard/forum junkie for even longer. Up until last season I've been on a 00 burton FL project w/ SI bidings and boots. I've since learned my lesson and traded up for a lib tech trs mtx w/ banana, flow pro fs bindings, salomon f20 boots. I'm itching to try out this new setup... now the snow gods need to show us some good will and throw down some flurries. My stomping grounds include (but are not exclusive to) Mt. Creek (NJ), Poconos (PA), Bellaeyre (NY).
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-24-2007, 01:54 PM
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-24-2007, 03:51 PM
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sundays it gets crowded because almost everyone is off of work and since NY state provides cheap bus fare from port authority from the city, you've got every jerkoff from NYC on the mountain learning to ski. regardless, they groom their trails every morning and there's plenty of room to ride around. the park is.. okay. no pipe (that i've found, i've heard they have one but I couldn't find it), but they've got a good variety of table tops, kickers, and rails. my main problem is when i'm not busting my ass in the park and taking the day to freeride, it's hard to get from certain trails to the other, it involves a good amount of walking around... that and the variety in trails is somewhat limited. the biggest appeal to me is that Hunter, which is right around the corner from belleayre diverts most of the tourist traffic and you don't have to worry about all the overwhelming crowds on most days. it's worth a try, imo. Go on a friday or saturday and it's great fun. (avoid their special promotion days, that's when it gets crazy busy)

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