japanadaIf you ski the same place all season, you should be paying attention to all the hits, gives you a good idea whats underneath. You can watch everything pile up cycle after cycle.
RubberSoulyeah but it's still tough and really makes it scary to send things when it's a pow day. with wind drifts and shit even if i know where a certain rock is (and i almost never do), you sometimes don't know if it's completely washed out or just covered by a little bit of snow
definitely one of the harder aspects of hitting cliffs OP
japanadaProbably should be finding other hits then if there was still expoosure of jagged sharks before the storm. Or just sent it bigger! The hits on my mountain that are exposed I know the right angles to jump at to threat that needle.
Don't jump into flat boulder fields helps too.
Where do you ski
gnarles.never check and always try and avoid to scope size up the cliff, i like to just huck
yes im badass