A frame single barrel with short up longer down with option to gap to the down, 16 foot 4inch down tube, pole jam to flat box that can be hit as just a flat box, corrugated tranny/roller, flat bar. its a really fun set up with a lot of chances to be creative. trust me, if you show up you will not be disappointed!
What's up Newschoolers Bush riders, my name's Carson. I wasn't planning on moving home for so long but here I am, decided to pick up a 420 pass cuz I need to ski! Generally wearing all black, red ns sticker on the back of my helmet, riding Amada TSTs currently... say what up if you see me, always down to pack a bowl and take a lap.
I'll be there either tomorrow or Monday. What are the conditions like?
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Glad you guys like it! We're going to be adding another smaller/intermediate sort of line on the skiers left trail at somepoint in the next coulple of weeks. So a few more boxes and smaller a rails for those who aren't down the the bigger stuff in the middle lane. Also probably some shit on the right trail as well. Woop!
I can't even explain how fucking stoked I am on the park. Big thanks to everyone on the crew. So glad I switched to a Bush pass this season, for as long as I live in Burlington I will never go to another mountain.
Yeah I'd been wondering about it for a while but I finally figured it out.
To get there take North Lynx up. Right in front of the off ramp there's a rope across an open section of woods. Go about 20 feet past it (go right off the lift). There's a super obvious opening in the woods on the left. It's marked with a ski area boundary sign. Traverse across, make sure to stay pretty high. The trail is parallel to the ski trail on your right. After a few minutes you'll come out under the slide brook chair. There's a really wide opening in the woods straight across the liftline that's usually groomed. Go down it, then you can drop off skiers left anywhere. It all comes out on a road that's pretty well packed. It connects to G flats road right near the fire warden house.
Right on thanks for the advice. I have come across this access point before and figured that's where it led, just never got around to skiing it. I spotted another one off of Middle Earth up at Castlerock where the Long Trail is marked, there were a bunch of tracks going in but I was skiing alone that day.
Next snow storm I am getting some friends to come try the North Lynx access with me. After taking the slide brook lift a few times I feel like I have a decent Idea of where to travel, and the terrain looks amazing. Just got to make sure I'm not doing it alone!
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