My friend and I used to do this. We would just set-up our 10ft pvc rail at the bottom and slide down the slide. I don't have any pictures to show you though. What we ended up doing was screwing pieces of wood to the slide (perpendicular to the rail) and packed snow up the slide. The wood was so the snow didn't just slide down the slide. It worked pretty well actually, hope this helps and isn't to confusing.
I have a video I made as a joke awhile ago in my vids. I can tell you that it is usually pretty sketchy. Why are you having such a hard time making a snow drop in? Pile a bunch of snow up, boot pack it while sprinkling salt on it. Keep doing this until you get it to the size you want and you can stand on the top without sinking in much. Then just carve your drop in out of that and it will last until spring, unless you get some freak warm front that lasts a long time.
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i did it 2 summers ago, worked ok except for not having much space but we did get enough speed without snow. only some turf on the ground between the rail and the slide. It was pretty sketchy at first though!
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