We'll be going o a 10 day long trip to cali last days of march. Cali locals: What 6-8 resorts should we go to?I understand the chances of getting good pow are not very high so we're aiming for a spring park trip.
for the most part all the parks in tahoe are most fun in the spring
Northstar and Sierra are really at there best in the spring I think
Squaw and Alpine usually have amazing jumps toward the end of the season.
Boreal will most likely have really fun jibs up for the remainder of the year and hopefully will be putting some better looking jumps up soon.
Heavenly's park has been getting better every week this year so that could be another fun place to check out.
if Kingvale is still happening this year it is a really good place to head if you want to get a super cheap lift ticket to just lap a rope tow and shred some jibs for a day
and of coarse if your willing to make the drive to Mammoth it has the best spring park all around!
^^ dont waste time screwing around anywhere but mammoth. Right now mammoths park is so sick its ridiculous. it just snowed 30 inches yesterday, snowed 26 inches today, and its still coming down. shit our base is like 11-12 feet now.
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I skied there for the first time in a decade. The jumps are pretty much garbage and the amount of ride on rails was pretty ridiculous. The sheer number of features was pretty cool though and there were a couple of innovative ones.
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(on October 2-3, 2009): Schweitzer receives first snowfall of the 2009-10 season. Ken Barrett, lead guide at Selkirk Powder Company, kicks off season by skiing down the ramp outside SPC's private lodge. Think Snow.