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its not as long a turbulance but it will be a more advanced park. the terrain is a lot steeper which means they can build bigger jumps and after them there is enough room for maybe like 6 to 8 rails or whatever
9 times out of 10 if your knuckling a jump or landing on the flat your sizing up the hit all wrong and the other 10% of the time people aren't scoping out the feature before they hit. Then you have gapers flailing through the air on rental skis exploding onto the flat with mom coming around the corner all mad.
I disagree, I think the Pat's (i.e. Phil and company) does a bang up job with the funding and resources the're given. Which isn't much because Pat's Peak will always stay a "family oriented" mountain. That has always been there focus for people on vacation.... not park.... unfortunately.
The fact that the're puting money into a new park is a suprise to me to be honest.
yeah that is fucked up and sounds shady. I've never had problems with him while i worked there. he would often go out of his way for me. I can level with ya about the long flat rail. I was hoping they would put it in cause all they had was the 1 in the mini prk
But you have to understand that everything park related at any mountain revolves around liability. They pay huge amounts of money to insurance companies to keep their parks in the contract. I'm sure Chad would love to have 100 kids running around helping to put in hits and shit, but it can't happen because the're not legitimate employees.
At any rate... why do you continue to go there? Crotchet's park is 50 times better and the're 25 min away or less.
which school program? I'm going midweek this winter, but can't start until around jan. to feb because of knee surgery. Who knows about the park? I have been disappointed, but a lot can change in a season (ahem Mt Snow anyone?). This could be the breakout year for Pats, so haters can save it. we know its not great, but its what we have here, not at crotchet or loon.