i agree. a skier who can ski pipe has put so much more effort into getting there. it took me 2 years just to learn how to ride the pipe proporly. once you learn, its easy to go like 8-15 feet out on a good pipe. and tricks are just confidence that you wont deck out cuz it doesnt hurt at all to land on a verticle wall.
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i would say slopestyle because pipe is the same thing every time and if you work at it hard you can get fairly good, but slopestyle you have to deal with different size jumps and rails that change with every course you go to
personally i think that pipe is way harder becuase i dont get to ride it as much, and when i do, i dont understand how some people are so good at it, i have mad respect for the people who are good at it.....
i don't know why i recieved a private message from Forrest-cole, that contained a link to this thread, but while i'm here....
i don't think one if harder than the other. Each takes a decent amount of skill, and has its hard parts. I guess if i had to choose, i'd say pipe is harder. if the pipe isn't perfect you can easily deck... or land in the flat bottom. You need to learn to hold your speed, and land and setup for anotehr trick fast.
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Me three... why did he send me this? I think that Pipe is harder, but thats only because i cant do it well.
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pipe and slopestyle are the same i think... Pipe is generally harder because there are few pipes that are dialed. but if you have a perfect pipie, and a perfect slopestyle course, there about the same.