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I concur w. KThomas. I will add that Blue is a good 1/2hr closer to Philly, so if you're planning to make the drive often, it adds up.
So after a few years here I've settled into Boulder for early and late season parks (they usually have discount early/late season tickets too), and Blue for midseason as its longer, bigger, closer, and has a good enough (but not as good as boulder's) park to hold you over.
^^^^word I agree with above but overall everything adds up and its just smarter to get a blue pass and there park does get really legit...
come ride at boulder. i havent really been to blue, but i know thet boulder is great. park is great, rails are great and i ride there all the time. my home mountain. i love it.
people are legit and so are prices
If you want to do your self a favor, get to camelback. Will has done some sick things and really caters to both SKIERS and boarders. Unlike boulder who doesn't build anything super skier friendly when compared to CB.
If you want to have some fun without a lot of hate (from boarders) check out CB. If i lived closer I would ride there in a heartbeat.
Most of boulders setups i have found to have narrow takeoffs compared to camelbacks. Also the jump at CB in my opinion kill boulders only due to the landing size. you can take them deep. They are a lot more comfortable to hit IMO. boulder is sick but feel as if camelback killed it this year in comparison.
easy! don't be hatin! glad you like it tho :)