Not a whole lot, however there is definately enough to build a nice big hit or two in the pipe. We set up a 15 foot flatbar (small, only about a foot off the ground) for fun on Saturday. Good times. |D|U|N|C|A|N| Junction 133 Productions
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i think they do call it a ski resort.... it doesnt have to be a certain height to be called a ski resort... but im sure thats just a pic of park of the hill
ghettoprep, when were those tuckerman's pics taken? i'm thinking of hikin it soonish...... and just to make sure, snow like that won't really slide once it starts to melt and get heavy, now will it? just gotta watch the slough, right?
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when smuggs built the pipe they built in on like 8 feet of snow. the walls are still there and it sits on like 5 feet still. u cant ride the pipe tho, u can make some jumps out of it.
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Searchmount in Sault Ste. Marie was open last weekend...have the hill and two chairlifts i do believe. Pretty fucking impressive considering everywhere else up here was pretty much closed when april rolled around.
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they still have a bit of snow at Killington. They pushed all of their snow onto one trail and they now have a 6 foot base on Superstar. I might go tomorrow and make a nice kicker or bring my rail. I dunno