i was there this weekend. people who say there is no place to build a jump are retarted. My friends built a few small jumps which could be made alot bigger. The best was built right up on a rock, so that it shot you up and over it. have fun, and hope for nice weather, there's nothing worse than hiking up mount washington in the rain.
"Who's playing tonight?"
"The Shitty Beatles"
"Are they any good?"
"No they suck. Good Name though."
ok i was there today and its preety sick, 4in of fresh last night which was nice, buncha crevasses on the headwall and basin, but otherwise good, i skied hillmans highway which is good too, you can still ski 2/3 of the way down to the parkinglot if you dont care about your skis,
im so glad that lift is there, it justs allows so many more people on the slope at once. good thing that the t bar is backwards, that is an extremely old picture and u must be fat or retarded to belive that
last week it was pretty fuckin beat so u mite get to walk less than that
"100 % columbian, ladies and gentlemen, disco shit"
"you think you can do this to me? You mothafuckers will be playing basketball in pelican bay, when i get finished with you. Shoe program nigga, 23 hour lockdown. Im the man up in this piece.youll never see the light of day again. who u think u fuckin with im the police.i run shit up in here you just live here.yea thats rite u better walk away.u all walk away cuz ima burn this mother down. KING KONG AINT GOT SHIT ON ME
Tuckerman and Huntington Ravines are located in the Cutler River Drainage on the southeast shoulder of Mt. Washington, in New Hampshire. This area is extremely popular with skiers, climbers and hikers. Each year over 70,000 people will visit the Ravines.
You don't go up to Tucks to build a booter. Ha. If you get hurt you've got to be carried all the way down. Head up there for the experience. I hope you've got some skillz becuause some sections of the bowl will certainly kick your ass if you don't bring your game.
if ur going to tucks soley to build a booter thats dumb, but i dont see anything wrong with doin it at the end of the day? especialy if u dont have time to hike again but dont feel like callin it a day yet.
- Ski anywhere you can any time you can.
yeah it was a bitch, the snow was nice, kinda slushy but not bad, its hella hot tho, i mean i was drenched in sweat from walkin up, u could ski down about 1/3, but it looks like u cant ski any farther at 1 point but u gotta take ur skis off and walk for a minute and u can ski down a lil bit more, the headwall wasnt in the greatest conditon but ok. the only thing is it was like 55 at the base of the ravine so hiking up sucked so much