I ride at Lakeridge almost 3-4 times a week, me, Kyle Coxworth, Michael Apostolou, and a sleuth of other people that may ride often or not very often at all would definitely be down to ride for you.
I view it almost as, Dagmar has a bigger park (maybe not so anymore with the park crew Lakeridge is hiring this year), but the rails are sticky, the uphill wind makes the jumps unhittable at pretty much anytime of day, and it is almost pure ice.
Lakeridge has nicer rails, a better built park, friendlier people (EMPHASIS ON THAT, I JUST MOVED TO TORONTO LAST YEAR AND A BUNCH OF THE RIDERS AT DAG WERE DICKS), but just in general a smaller park. But they jumps are nicely built and you either have no wind or a downhill wind, so you are always able to ski.
If you want better skiing, MSLM and Blue Mountain are the best for park.
I am also working on a movie next year with segments shot at an individual mountain. If you have any filming experience and would like to help, or you want to get into filming and want to learn, I would be glad to teach you.
I shot this at Lakeridge last season, pretty poor example of my filming, but shows a good amount of the rails there.
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