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gayprinkthey definitely have lots of features but don't know how to use them so they end up using the same ones constantly. They made 2 really good rails last year but havent really done much this year. its still fun but after a while lines get pretty boring so you have to get pretty creative.
.otto.wait explain? Is the stoke unreal and where do you ski now?
john18061806Make beef with his mum
john18061806After 4 years of calling hyland home I moved up to Duluth for the schoolings. Spirit has 700ft vert compared to 150ft at hyland. They have a rope park and a chair park, far fewer crowds. Chair park is super nice because features are adequately spaced so you can ski fast and still have time to think. Wouldn't have had as much fun at hyland because it's pretty much impossible to get more than 3 speedy turns before you hit the bottom.
LonelyThis is the issue with my resort in down yonder Michigan. The features are so tight you have no time to think if you are trying to get a line going. And forget about hitting the next feature if you land even a little off balance.
With the vertical drop on our steepest and longest hill you get maybe 4 turns at full cut at max. That's the curse of midwest skiing. Fortunately next year i'll be in Houghton. 5 minutes away from Mont Ripley and about 30 from Boho. I cant wait.
.otto.you u going to michigan tech?
btw are you talking about crystal?
I dont really care if they are close together you just gotta send it
LonelyFortunately next year i'll be in Houghton. 5 minutes away from Mont Ripley and about 30 from Boho. I cant wait.
Lonely30 from Boho. I cant wait.
john18061806Forgot to mention: You spoiled piece of crap. You will get some very deep days under your belt. I'm jealous.