Theres a rail in stonehaven, a sub devision in Newmarket, on that has a perfect infun..its almost as if it was made just so u could slide it...just the right size drop... then a nice 15 ft rail.. (not huge, i know..but still nice!) .. and then you have a whole extra wide walkway to slide out on. There are also a couple of douwnstar rails right before it for your advanced nutcase! :D
well i know some sick sick rails, i will post ap icture of them in a second, they are all behind archives, with a run in, crazy sick, my next post will have the li nk
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dude at Bayview there is this sweet rail.. u needa tow in though i think... its sooooo nice. you can take the 95 there. the stop is called 'Bayview' and it is also right beside wher u get on the o-train.
There are quite a few Ottawa rails in my video this year (Guinea Pigs) that my bro does. Check www.engsoc.org/~bigmike/skiing/videos for the low-down.
David's also done a rail because of the new snow we just got. It was at the Long Island locks at the north end of the Manotick Island. Very sketchy drop to the right, and required building a picnic table in-run. Also it's a backside rail if you grind right foot forward. Very high, too.
Check out the rail behind town hall on prestone in orleans by the cineplex, its a thick round rail with a small kink, last year the guys from tommy made a run and a jump up to it, maybe they'll do the same this year or some one else could, it's really close to the jump and rail at Tenth Line i was talking about.
There's a sweet 50 or 60 foot rail on a set of stairs right beside Dickson arena in Cambridge. It's perfect! Even if it's warm, you can get snow because the zamboni dumps it right at the bottom of the hill.
and on king edward street, heading north to hull, on the right hand side, there is a parking lot that has show pushed all the way against the wall of a building, perfect for wall rides
jibs not jobs --mb
the best rails in ottawa are along the canal. you can take somerset all the way east till it ends and there's a really nice one thats's pretty steep. they're all along the canal on the oppostie side of king edward between the queensway and rideau. i suggest a jock strap. happy slidin'
go west on abbot street in stittsville to the end
there is a walking path over a creak, it is a 60+ foot rainbow(small hump)
a tow in is needed, but there is a perfect in run for snowmobiles
ohh so sweet...rail may need to be waxed down
jibs not jobs --mb
Actually, if you're driving up carling ave, look for two bridges in andrew haydon park. they're both perfect rails, but getting speed would be a challenge. you would probly have to bring a sled in at night or something... its far enough from the road that you would go unoticed and if cops show up you can take off down the river. next season- think about it
well i posted those archives ones and i believei posted directions to them, but there is also another one in orleans, its behind preaseau school (i don't know how to spell it, but its behind the french church on st joseph, ) its a alrge rail, pretty long, with a kink at the end i think thats is long, and ther eis not much of a run up, i can give directions , its behind the baseball diamond which is behind loblaws at the mall
there are also more rails if you want to know some, ummm i of some others also