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Best beginner park in mid-southern VT?
I am planning a trip to either Okemo, Stratton, or Killington in a couple of weeks and was wondering which mountain has the best beginner park. I am just learning to do rails and boxes so I am looking for a park with some low rails and boxes???
dont hit up a big mountain then. wachusett is the best in the east for beginners
i havent been to killington since november. but timberline is a begginer park and goes down all of rams head. probably perfect for what you want.
okemo! they got a ski-x course, a midget park, a big park, and a pipe
yeah okemo they have really easy stuff lots of small boxs you dont want only a small park for a vaction cause youll prob get better and want to step it up a level. okemo.
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Rams Head at Killington is sick, better then okemo if your looking to boost some confidence, it has such a sick flow to it, i think you can combo like 5-8 jumps in one run and 3-5 rails/boxes. depending on your line
i ski at stowe and they hav like a mini park
difenatly at killington. Awesome parks on Rams head. Theres a real beginner park for rails and boxs and theres a park for beginner jumps. I learned my rails there and im trying 3s in the timberline park on Rams head
the got a park with 10 foot jumps and 6 foot rails (for the groms) a park with 20-35 foot tabels and 20 foot rails
a park with 35 to 50 foot jumps and some boxes and rails
a park with 45-70 foot jumps and big rails
also got a halfpipe and lots of tree areas with drops in them
^^^ Agree 100 percent Mount Snow is the best for any level, number one parks in the east
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