Definitely this or go to Jackson Hole WY got some nasty bowls, pow, cliffs, glades and their park has some pretty decent sized jumps and a few rails oh they have a sweet pipe me and my friends would just hike it at 4 when all the lifts were down and nobody noticed or cared
Back bowls in vail on a quiet day, so much fun! Breck and keystone are good for park, was disappointed with Beaver Creek though, didn't seem like much space to the ski area and the park wasn't great... but last time i went there was so much pow! I skied the super g run there in about 2 feet of fresh pow pow... was epic! :)
RIP Shane Mcconkey
"love tha floaty fluff and i hate knob head lift peeps who say that yo planks aint gonna fit on the racks on them poma gondalas - mate, they're my skis bitch i know if fitage is gonna be ish". - my Bro
I love breck. there park is insane, they have plenty of bowls, steeps, chutes etc. try lake chutes, snow white, and windows. pow is light and fluffy but you wont be seeing alot of it if there wasnt a recent storm. the biggest flaw is that there are not very many big cliffs, so if ur lookin for air, stay in the park
"Skiing isn't about who can look the best on camera and throw the biggest tricks, skiing's about getting out there with your friends and having fun."
definitely hit up alta/ snowbird. went to the bird the beginning of may after it got 7 feet of freshis in 5 days. thats what it does in may- february is crazzzy deep. and PC or the canyons for the park