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Snowbird park..how is it?
I'm going to alta/snowbird next week for 6 days, staying at SB. I'm going to ski the whole mountain for sure, but because it's going to be warm and no new snow, it should be prime for park. What should I expect in terms of pipe/park at the bird? Their website doesn't look like it has been updated since last year.
snowbird park is nothing amazing at all, so dont expect much. most east coast mountains have better parks.
what about Canyon's or park city?
if you're coming to Utah and want to ski park PC really is the only way to go. Three parks.... tons of jibs, jumps from 5 feet to 75 feet. Get some!
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dude fuck that...if ur at snowbird ski the backside bowl..shits ill
i was ther in febiary and they had 3 nice large jumps, a stall, a two level box, a shitty really sketch looking rail and these bumps things and a large spine, AND this sort of step up to jump off thing not bad but by no means good, ye like another poster said mineral basin is the shit... oh and beginner park where the half pipe WAS SUPPOSE TO be this year is no halfpipe but 2 big jumps nice size...
i heard snowbirds park was fun
I heard that if you ski park, you shouldn't go to snowbird.
It will eat you alive.
Why would you want to ski park at snowbird when you have ALL THAT POW!
well there isnt pow always guys... and right now we are hitting highs in the high 50's so i dont think powder is really an option for him right now..
^then he shoudl go to park city, 30 min down the road. psh.
^it turns out it is possible to ski the mountain and a park, from what ive heard and seen pc looks to lack in anything kind of steep and snowbird obviously doesnt.
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