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Hi there,

I have been riding the last two seasons on a dry slope (Dendix) and i have read lots of questions about how hard it is to ride on a dry slope after you have ridden on snow.. Well, I've never been on snow.. (shocking right? :p) I'm going to Austria with some mates in January and I'm slightly worried that I'm going to struggle getting used to the snow..

Is there anything i should know about riding on snow.. Any slight tweeks i should make or anything really.. Just getting pre holiday worries :D

Thank you all in advance :)
 

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you will be WAY better on the real thing.....trust me and trust the snow. You will kill it man!!!

Oh, and make sure to look up, around and down the mtn, no real boundaries other than cliffs....lol. You have used to man made barriers.

I swear it will be much easier.
 

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:D Thanks for the advice! I guess the last thing i want to do is go tumbling down the cliff :p

I'm sure I will be fine.. If i can master the dry slopes hopefully i will be able to master the snow :D
 
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