I love skiing runs and just finding stuff to jump off of on the sides of runs. Nothing more fun than that. Of course, just as everyone else said, when the rest of the mountain sucks I'll go in the park.
I live 4 hours away from the nearest mountain so when I ski my local city hills it's always park but when I go to mountains I'll do about 3 park laps a day the rest is all mountain skiing even in bad conditions just like to get some turns in
I personally enjoy park more than any other aspect of skiing, but once in a while i am thoroughly excited to borrow a friends powder skis and shred the deep. as you said its a preference, so i would prefer to avoid any belligerent replies about how the newer generation is failing skiing because they all just want to be park rats.
I just love speed, if there is any semblance of soft snow I'm in it, or working to get to it. If there is nothing but hardpack, I'm generally skiing groomers, carrying heat off of rollers, hitting little features all over the place and making a few park laps, hitiing 15-30 footers or Fucking around on hips and other little stuff.
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"They're fake, real Line skis are made in Sealand" - Xeno
Depends on the weather and people I am skiing with. If I am skiing with my brothers, all mountain. If I am skiing with my friends, mostly park. However, if it is like really crappy conditions like not enough snow or slushy, then I'll hit up the park.