if i go night skiing i just ski park mostly because the only mountains that have night skiing by me are in jersey or pa and suck for everything else
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i ski after school most days, so it's usually dark by the time i get to the mountain, and on saturdays and sundays it's usually super busy so i usually ski night then too. a good day beats a good night most of the time though
Lights at my mountain suck so you literally can't see anything if it isn't right under them. So any jumps are pretty much off. I'll go up after school and hike the handrails they have set up to learn stuff.
night is actually pretty easy to see. i find the shadows show you exactly where every little bump is. the worst visibility is at dusk when the sun is down but it's bright enough that the lights don't do anything
i race every weekday at night so i've gotten really used to it. i'd still say i prefer skiing during the day because it opens up all the terrain, at night you have to stick to groomed, lit runs
i personally love the night. everybody leaves like 2 hours before the place closes so you have the whole place to yourself + very few others. quieter, less crowded, no gapers (for the most part) and bonus points if there is no wind.
although, you can't film well and the features/snow are/is always better early morning.
coming from an EC park rat.
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