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So I live in Northern California, it is the driest season on record for us up here and only had one week of a single run with 2 rails. I live on 10 acres on a hill with limited neighbors and lots of natural hills, it would be any skiiers backyard dream IF it snowed.. Nonetheless im going to have to build a ramp , was thinking of making it 7' tall on a natural hill with a rail below it. Instead of fence and turf i was thinking of making the ramp MSnow.. is it worth it? Also could I put more rails below the first one if I made a landing of Msnow on a downgrade and be able to hit 2 rails her drop in. Please help +k
Msnow is great new and then as soon as it wears out it's just as slow as turf. Trust me, get turf and put orange construction on top of it. I've had to change my setup a ton of times using msnow, turf, lattice, horizontal PVC and so far wet soapy turf with orange fencing on top is by far the fastest, even faster than msnow. Plus putting mwax on your skis every 3 runs is a bitch and extremely expensive
I didn't really understand what you meant, but for my landing I just bought blue tarps and put them at the end of the rail and it has always worked fine. And yes you can put two rails in a row, and yes any dish soap should be ok. Just be aware that using dish soap and letting it get in the grass will kill the grass