Before I get told to use the search bar, I already did and didn't find much helpful information that was recent/posted in the last year.
Anyway, me and a couple friends are planning a trip down to Lynchburg to ski and I want to make sure the 6 hour drive from Pittsburgh is worth it.
First, how does snowflex feel on your skin and landing on it? I've heard it's kind of like turf (I've had enough experiences with turf burn through football) and you have to wear long sleeves but that would blow in 90 degree summer heat. And is landing on the surface tougher on your body than actual snow? Also, do they open the airbag to the public during non-camp hours? I want to work on bigger spins, corks, rodeos, etc. but I'm not tryna die doing it on the normal jumps.
Last question. Does the surface fuck up your skis? I only have 10 days of use on my current skis and I'd hate to ruin the bases or something this early.