i work there. im an instructor. the rails are fun, and if built correctly the 'big-air' can be pretty good. but, the guys who build the park are dickheads though, usually the last 2 weeks of the year are the only times my friends and i can keep the jump groomed.
next year the park is going to be extended all the way up the top. and there will be a new 16 ft. straight to 22ft. down kink and a 20 foot rainbow.
its not the greatest mt. but i have friends there and i like to teach, and it has one of the best teaching staff in NH. so, i stay happy and contented
'Regarding a skateboarder's likely response to our visit: insofar as skateboarders have complained, whined, and reacted like Nazis about the rollerblading movement, they have dug their own grave by willingly falling victim to the desires of corporate business men, and becoming the virtual New Kids on the Block of the 21st century. Their self-willed popularity has inevitably marked the end of the grass roots-skateboarding culture, and the beginning of a mass marketed tool gor money. Skateboarders have invited everyone into their world, including rollerbladers, by allowing worldwide fame to envelope their culture. Although skateboarders may disaprove of our visit to their secret spot, they may rest assured that this event was initiated/welcomed by their own narcissim.'
-Nick Riggle on their vist to 'The Hook
Daily Bread (Vol. 10 #7)