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Michigan colleges with ski clubs
i know msu has a big one. how about central and grand valley? any others? im thinking about central but i wanna make sure they have a good club.
msu, central, grand valley, western, u of m. they all have ski clubs, and they all ski together a lot of the time.
they're pretty much just an excuse to ski for a day and get wasted afterward.
pretty sure MTU has one, i'm not involved with it though
I go to Central, I havnt heard anything about a club but that would be dope if we had one.
ill be going there next year, we'll have to ski sometime
states is definetly big, they take two big trips each year with a couple hundred people, they are cheap too
i'm pretty sure they have one. my buddy goes there, and i think he was thinkin' about joining.
i'm going on the trip with state, it's mad cheap like 400 for the whole thing.
msu's ski club has good deals on ski trips and anyone can join up...their parties this year have been horrible though
so i'm seeing alot of MSU kids...lets get some rails going for real. Any of you older guys know any around campus? I'm scoped out a few.
The only down side to places like State is that there are no places to go that close. I'm at Ferris so we're close to caberfae, cburg, the boynes and nubs.
We had a club a few years back but I'm not sure if its still around. Its easy to start clubs at college though so dont worry about someone not having one.
at east lansing elm there is a pretty good rail and another one at oak hill park - ive never done that one but ive heard its pretty good
I'm going to switzerland with U of M w00t
well shit when ur about to hit it, lemme know on facebook where's the jib group
yeah, for sure...except last night i broke my wrist soooooo - might not be for a while
I go to State's law school but I live in Lansing. There is a pretty sick rail over in one of parks down here. There is a decent hill too for setting up jibs or maybe a little booter (snow permitting)if anybody is interested.
I would have done it last year but not many people in law school ski, or ski park for that matter, so I haven't had anybody to help set shit up and session.
football game, i didnt quite get over the guy when i jumped. what park in lansing are you talking about - that sounds pretty good
I forget the name of the park but it's on the river south of 496 sort of by the Lansing Country Club.
I'll figure it out and let you guys know.
I scoped out that rail in Lansing and it is pretty tight. But unless we get more snow we would need to find something to use for a ramp. Other than that it has a good hill or speed up to it and several different parts that you could hit.
It's at Moore's park on Moore's Drive off of Washington along the river. There is a school and a pool there too. The rail is actually on the side of the pool behind the school.
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