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my high school (edina) has like 20 rails ranging from easy to very difficult. the easiest is a 15 ft. down rail, the next it a 20 ft. klink rail. and lastly a 30 kink 100 stair rail (fucking insane, undo-able). all have good inruns and landings. pm me for pics. the only thing is theres security on gaurd sometimes.
powder to the people
yo i know of a bunch down here in mankato that im plannin on doing as soon as snow hits. there's a good rail or two on the msu campus and there's a half dozen nice ones downtown. come hit it up sometime and let me know
i live in superior (next to duluth) and pretty much everywhere you go in that city theres a railing since its built on a hill.
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in the car i smoke 2 joints,
smoke 2 joints when i play video games,
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after having spent four weeks of my life in st paul, minnesota is fun and cool but all y'all ski punks should move out west and find out what skiing is really about. natural mountains over urban metal any day of the year.
man its not like were just gunna pick up our shit and move out west. midwest is cool because we work with what we have and dont gloat at the big mountains we have and half the time dont even use them. dont take what you have for granted man.
i suppose it depends on the type of skiing you like to do. if you're a jibber and enjoy jumps and rails primarily, you wouldn't need the whole mountain anyways. however, if you're more into mountaineering, touring/trekking backcountry skiing and you are dedicated to the pursuit of it, then your only option would be to move to the mountains whether out west, down south or across the pond. it depends on your brand of skiing and your devotion to it.