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liamrashotteThe parts that you see in their videos are only the big features because the pros don't want to be hitting the small features. Also the camp wants to show how they have the biggest and best features. You would be fine in their more beginner area
kryptonicSo it's my first year and I feel I've learned quite a bit and I was thinking after next season I'd go to windells in the summer but it seems like everything is really big and the rais are difficult to hit atleast some of them and Ill be better next year but I'm not sure I'd be able to hit the big stuff their so is it a good camp for intermediate skiers?
iantheunderdogBig rails i picked up once i got comfortable hitting rails and got pressured enough. They just have more consequences.
Bogezi thouht i was going to have a chance at winning a dell pc
Swandog7It is really for everyone. They do specialize in bigger or more difficult features tho. If you can ride DFD or kinks and can spin 2s off you'll be better than like 50% of the people. Either way, you'll have fun and there will be something there for you. Just don't limit yourself, do something you would never have tried. Set a goal or a couple for each day on snow and you will achieve a lot