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post #31 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-18-2012, 02:29 PM Thread Starter
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I think if the snow conditions are good at LL I might just do that
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iPhone spellcheck makes my posts look funny sometimes lol. But I ment what I said go to Louise out could spend a week straight there and not even come close to riding the whole mountian zzz
That's true with any resort here too. I spent a SEASON exploring Fernie, Nakiska, and Lake Louise and have barely put a dent in the runs list.

I've found some great places at those resorts but I'm sure there's lots to find.
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I hate even talking about it I just want to gooooooooo.

Just go to Louise. The conditions are always good somewhere on the mountian.

And the rock garden is super fun

I'll show you some sick spots if you hit me up. I'm there at least twice a week that's the mountian I but my pass for
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do these resorts actually care about leashes? Can't find mine because I've never used it but thinking about getting one and just putting it in my pocket just in case some dick face wants to take out his gf cheating on him by taking me out the lift line for not having one.
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I've never had a problem with leashes in any Alberta resort. (minus COP about a decade ago)
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do these resorts actually care about leashes? Can't find mine because I've never used it but thinking about getting one and just putting it in my pocket just in case some dick face wants to take out his gf cheating on him by taking me out the lift line for not having one.
Has that happened to you?

Hahahaa that would be funny
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I've never had a problem with leashes in any Alberta resort. (minus COP about a decade ago)
+1, in fact I've never had anybody check ANYWHERE in the last 10 years or so...
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+1, in fact I've never had anybody check ANYWHERE in the last 10 years or so...
They did it to my cousin in Quebec once last year, I think its law there to have a leash though.
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Never seen a leash on anyone here.

Funny story though. I was riding at Sunshine last year and saw a guy drop his board at the top of Delirium Dive. Never seen a board move so quickly. Found it at the bottom. Amazingly still in one piece!

So many runs so little time.
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LOL @ Rory. I was just about to tell that story. In terms of comedy on a hill, I think that was the best thing I have ever seen. DAMN it was going fast...
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