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if thats true, then you're right yeah its tiny, but its also a good startng place for alot of resorts who dont impose such guidlines. Im sure you and i alike have both hit our fair share of jumps whose biggest challenge isnt landing your trick, but getting the proper speed to find the landing. I know my home hill has no such restrictions, and as a result we have had many jumps that havent even been worth riding because the build just isnt fun or safe to ride. If resorts want to build the safest jumps possible they shouldnt have lawyers pulling out words that they know nothing about, but should be designing and building jumps that are safe and can be replicated by other resorts so that the industry has some of standard. Thats just my 2 cents