^ yes but i say that with some nervousness. i'm not sure what to expect.
i guess i'll jump in on this little debate about Chestnut, Sunburst and Alpine.
Chestnut - Day I was there it was super windy and cold. The park was nice and would have been awesome on a nice day. The park had some nice flow and a lot of different and fun features. The runs are decent and it was super crowded but the price was like 10 bucks or less a ticket that day. Overall pretty fun place.
Sunburst - Small hill two parks (one small the other bigger. Boxes on boxes on boxes. Although they are getting rails they are getting basically the same thing. Both rails are handrails and are 15 and 20 feet. Great attempt at getting rails but get some variety. Jumps are pretty legit and are standard or a little above standard for the midwest. Robby is a great groomer and sunburst would really lack if he wasn't there. Overall it's a good place for park rats (hence why andy likes it so much).
Alpine - Biggest hill out of all of them. Might not be true but thats my opinion. Has a couple parks, a decent mix of rails, boxes and jumps. The quality of their features kinda lacks but they are still hittable. Their runs are longer and the features in the parks are more spaced out. When I was hitting the jumps last year they seemed kinda sketchy to me. Their runs are longer than both places I think and are pretty fun for cruising the hill. the high speed quads are pretty nice and super comfy. I like alpine for a couple days in the season just because it's a little too expensive for me. I'd probably be going there if the price was a little less.
Overall I'd say for the OP this is how I'd list the hills
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