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So I'm looking to get park passes at my mountain next year. I'm just not exactly sure how they work. If a resort has park passes, what do you have to do in order to get one? How do you enforce them? Do they work? If anyone can help that'd be sick, thanks...
when you go to get your pass they ask you if you want a park pass and if you say yes the make you sign waivers and stuff
if you dont have a pass you cant get in the park therefore keeping gapers and shit out
Its a real good system, this was Winter Parks first year doing it and it allowed them to get bigger jumps and way more techy rails without intrawest flipping shit..it makes it ideal to film in without the gapers snaking you and dropiing on you, but pretty much you pay the $20 or whatever it costs and show your pass to the park crew and they let you in
basically this little pass you have, no picture. when you go to the park, theres a little hut for the park crew. they check to see if you have one. if you dont, you get kicked out. the park is fenced all around and there are peoplethat check for your pass, even midway down the park
ohh alright, but idk some kids just really like to piss ppl off, idk but wat def. should stop is ppl giving lessons for 5 yr olds in the park, its so stupid, limiting the ppl that could go in the park would be a sick idea
filming would be so awesome without 50 billion little kids and their parents who yell at you for hitting a jump and their kid going right under you. "why did you just jump over my child you idiot? why did you let your child ski under me you idiot?"
i go to a resort with a park pass, and one without, and the one with the pass is so much better. it has cleaner hits, bigger hits, less used,
its just a good thing to have, and i am gunna recomend it to my main hill next year.
that would be so nice....cause we have a lift that goes straight to the park and you can ride that lift...our manager is all saftey cause he doesnt want people to get hurt and keep gay little kids out that sit in the landings cause they dont know how to hit the jump
jiminy started using them this year. I mean its nice and all, keeps lots of gapors out, but theres still tons of them. Its a free pass, all you gotta do is sign a form and watch a safety video, and it def. appears that hardly anyone was paying attention. So jim still has the gapers, just little less now
I hope killy institutes a park pass for the Wildfire Park. The inruns and landings are blind enough as it is. Although, I think it would be enough for just one person in group of 3 or 4 to have a pass. That way, you can show your non-park friends what you are working on, or if you bring a guest to your mountain ,and he or she wants to ski the park without paying 20 bucks for one day. If people are i nthere with someone with a pass, I think they should be cool.
there should be a test or something, kinda like a road test. because all kind of people would get a park pass. you should have to be watched by a park staffer to make sure that you know the rules, and how to act etc
yeah snoqualmie has 2 parks and a lift that goes directly to them. west park is smaller and is more for beginners, but central is pretty big. they should have park passes for central, and leave west open for everyone. that way, everyone wins. becuase there are a lot of gapers in the park ruining lips and it pisses me off.