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bc booters vs. jib and park
which do you think takes more skill, bc booters, or jib and park?
BC booters, since it involves not only the ability to hit and stom tricks but also to ride in the BC with all it's variable conditions.
Of course, my idea of a fun run is to ride the lift up, ride halfway down the mountain, zip through the park, and then ride on down to the lift - I prefer to mix everything into one run instead of separating the mountain from the park.
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bc booters because of what was already said you have to be able to ski the bc then throw down big tricks.
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BC is way harder in every aspect, but you usually always get some soft snow to land in which is fun. It still takes more skill to land in powder than a perfectly sculpted terrain park kicker with a calculated degree of slope landing. I like BC for the weekends when the resorts are too overpopulated.
I like to ski
backcountry is harder because you have to be able to ski too.
My girlfriend told me to shove my skis up my ass
icy ec landings are just as hard as soft pow landings, a whole lot less forgiving too. and most landings arent 'calculated'.
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