The rail jam is on Bull Run right at the base of the mountain. I can't giveaway the whole set up but it will be sick. With Red Bull's help and some time well spent with a welder we are making sure it isn't to be missed. The slopestlye is on Noreaster and starting tonight we are rebuilding almost the entire trail. We are only working at night until Sunday and then we will shut the trail down and finish 'er off! We aren't going to put on a comp of this caliber without building a top quality course.
No worries. This will be a sick event. anybody else giong to make it? check out www.usfreeskiingopen.com and go to the east coast open link for more info. Don't forget that there are 3 pre-qualifying spots for the 2006 US freeskiing open up for grabs for the top 3 in each discipline.
the guy said that they are rebuilding the park for it tho....i think that instead of having like 2 really big ones they should have liek 4 jumps being 35-60 feet long so you can show variety and a shitload of rails
newbies are our future unless if we stop them now!
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well they already have one 65-70 jump the swingset rail and vert wall.maby the 80 footer at the end gain. But any rails they make they use just like the orange swingset rail from last time. they just made a 40 foot jump at the end and they might extend it who knows
Alright, to answer most of your questions the park is being rebuilt/reshaped for the Open. We are bringing in a very, very qualified builder/groomer to make sure the course is one of the best on east and most definately the best course Okemo has ever seen. I can't give specifics at this time. All I can say is that the cours should be on par with Vail's with better rails.
We will be keeping all the rails for the Open because we make them. We will keep the course up within reason.