steezy_dogeso, i am a very comfortable skier all over the mountain and i am comfortable ripping groomers and dropping 10ft+ cliffs i love skiing and i feel like i need to expand my horizons and try to learn some park (i have been interested in park forever).
Anyways i am joining a ski club because i think that would help for learning stuff especially your first year trying stuff and i was wondering how much should i expect to learn in my first season of park? i dont want to come in thinking im gonna dub cork as soon as i get in there so whats hould i expect to learn i am thinking i might learn 360's 540's lip on maybe 270 on if im good and adding grabs to a 360. is this to much to ask for? or will i be able to learn this in a breeze?
You are ambitious, which is a good thing with park, for me rails do not come easily and I think it is this case with others and probably with you, don't get discouraged if you end up spending a whole day in park and not stomping a whole lot. I suggest riding with friends and just having a good time. It's also better to not set expectations for yourself, I find that I just show up that day and decide at the top of my line what to throw instead of physcing myself out before I even get to the mountain By thinking about my trick. You also sound like a pretty well rounded skier, and for many years I was similar to that, lots of bc, groomers, just general shredding, then i got bored and decided to throw some stuff in park and see where it took me, it has turned out well so far. Try and learn 3's and stuff on natural features like cat tracks or off of lips on the off piste then take it to park. Hope this helps, cheers man!