dude I was just there last week. You would have to be a pretty bad skier in order to hurt yourself. the ramps themselvs are the most "dangerous" if you fall while you are going at the jump you could hurt yourself. but as for the ramps and the landing in water part, they are sweet! you can try anything!!
just wear an old pair of boots, not your nice ones. if you don't have an expendable pair, buy one for like $50, id say the water ramps are worth it.
Originally Posted by Ireallyliketoski:
Someone once came up to me and said something that I didn't really understand, so I just took his helmet off and autographed it and walked away, now that's extreme.
Also don'y try to turn, or butter for that matter, on the ramps... I have seen some kids grab an edge into the plastic and go straight into the side walls. If you aren't a moron and just go straight you will be fine, emphasis on the straight, some kids try to huck off the side and carve the lip, bad idea, you will just end up on the pool deck... A very rough landing...
i was just there 3 days ago, the new material doesn't make you go really any slower, so long that you keep watering it. Plus the new material makes it easier to hit switch. But its still never a good idea to carve off the lip, in case you end up on the pool deck.
even at a good one (lake placid) it will still hurt when you hit the water if you land sideways or something, the bubbles do help a lot but not that much. It is a lot better then laning on your face on snow though.
well. if you don't go straight you pretty much die. but well, most people can keep their skis relatively straight.
uh, just go in a straight line with enough water on the ramps (dont let them be dry) and you won't die.
Skiing is the single most extreme form of motion attainable by a human being. ENHANCED MEDIA is super jazzy.