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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 10:15 PM
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To be honest once you go to a sled a resort is never going to compare. Having the fun of a sled plus pow up to your waist everyday will result in a resort looking shit.

Not trying to sound like a cunt just very very jealous!

So many runs so little time.
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Everyone always forgets about Castle... one of the best hills in the country if you like steeps (but snow is variable, could be 100cm blow in, or just grass)
SHHhhhh, Thats the best part of Castle!!,..
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To be honest once you go to a sled a resort is never going to compare. Having the fun of a sled plus pow up to your waist everyday will result in a resort looking shit.

Not trying to sound like a cunt just very very jealous!
haha nah, if i had the option to go sleding i would never go to a resort lift lines are the devil, i hike out into the backs of all the locals around me whenever I go which is alot, maybe ill look into gettin a sled if i do in fact get that job. just not much point in having one in vancouver lol.

"hey guys i have a snowmobile that I use to everyday" said no one ever who lives in the lower mainland
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Well when there's a big dump of snow, the conditions on in-bounds are sick plus the backcountry likely has sketchy avy conditions, so yeah I will ride a lot in-bounds this year too.
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