on monday i skied the cliff 4 time then they open the chair and it was instantly skied out. and by people who dont now how to ski. not that im a pro skier but i can make it. but there were hords of people all falling in that first bit on skiers left of the chair and it was had to make your way down since there were bodies in your line. i hate that chair!!! had one of the best first lies of the year and on my way up i could not pick out my line.
yeah I know. I was standing at the top of the bullet deciding whether or not to traverse down and then ski the cliff, and as I was watching there were dozens and dozens of people launching, falling then ragdolling down. So I decided no. Although it would have been an awesome ride without the bodies in the way.
they should have ran the fucking chair to the top of big white, like where that plateau is when you hike to ski the ridge. they put out all this hype about easy access to the east peak and shit and then the chair comes up below the tbar.. gay
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if they ran it up that far there would be no refuage peopel will not hike but i will most of the time that stuff is still decent by the end of the day. however i thaught that the peak and east peak were going to be inbounds but there still out what gives?
yeah that's a problem i had at hemlock when it was open, we couldn't hike the chair that was closed to build a jump in the regular place cause since we were staff we can lose our jobs if we disobey the rules. (they have a rule against uphill walking and of course skiing out of bounds). we hike anyways but we only do stuff that's in bounds or close to it.