Are there any good vertical half pipe in the Vancouver area. Well maintained, preferably cut evey night. Im trying to collect data so I can make my decision of where to move to. If there isn't one in Vancouver what would be the closest pipe? Thanks for your input.
it seems like this stage of life for a lot of people around our age is like when you are playing a video game and you beat the Final Boss, only to find out that it was just a decoy Final Boss and the real Final Boss is ten times stronger. and you used all of your life and special powers on the decoy.
That's actually the benefit of cypress... occasionally they'll have a passable rail line with all that telus stuff too. If you're into that. The jumps usually suck, sometimes there's a hip or something. Grouse needs a fucking pipe dragon.
why do you think I bought a green jacket this year? to slither and snake through the trees unnoticed and miser my way into the pipe there. I think we need to build a stealth trail through the woods before the snow falls so that we have a prime time poaching path for the winter.
yes, yes you can.....but it is incredible sketchy. I fucking hate cypress, they are soo anal about passes. i did it for a comp once, but didn't end up skiing or anything. just took phiatos. You'lll probally have to buy a pass.
yes i am quite aware of my wonderful typing skillz. J-WHAT!
On top of that, cypress is also going to charge $96 a day for skiing, but make you park 3 km away so half your day will be walking to and from your car and being too tired to ever ski those new runs.
Cypress is really on it this year.
you're right about the 3km walk to the hill, but on their website for the 07/08 season, it's $53 for an adult during "peak period", $50 normally, and $49 for youth during "peak period", and $45 for youth during normal times.
Not a huuuuge amount more than grouse, but seasons passes are the same price as whistler this year, though...
And seymour is dirt cheap...