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Crispy.As in The Rock Snowpark? My brother just moved to Milwaukee and I know he was thinking about riding there. Is this serious or what don't you like about the rock?
ValleyRattsdecember 18 is the date to remember. Alpine is going to get a load of this.
7-11_SlurpeeI ride The Rock and really enjoy it considering the region. Of course I'd prefer to ride granite but that's a hike from Milwaukee.
WeddedTipsIf you're looking for a decent park set up near Milwaukee, hit up Little Switzerland. I went to college in Waukesha and spent my winters shredding their little park set up. boardsliding a van can only be found in Wisco.
teamSESHIs it worth driving to if I live in Green Bay and I already have a season pass at Granite Peak? I've never been there. Where is it?
Fitz11wwIf you have a season pass at Granite I wouldn't bother. Little Switz is in Slinger Wisconsin, the mountain is in the middle of the town it's honestly some shit straight out of a movie. I skied there the past 4 years because I went to Carroll in Waukesha and their park crew does a good job at making it work with what they have. Weddedtips did mention the van feature and that was always the best when they set it up. Moral of the story stick to Granite (ima be in granite this weekend lets shred)
teamSESHYo if I end up going this weekend I'll message you. I have been having issues with my car so I have to get that to the mechanic and I don't have time on weekdays because of work. Hopefully I don't have to take care of it on Saturday so I can make it down. If I forget to message you, I typically wear a black Bloom Onward jacket, camo or black Saga pants/bibs, Yoke hoods, and I ride 2015 Seth Morrison Full Tilts and either Vishnu Wets (Orange graphic) or all black K2 Domains. I haven't skied much in the last 6 years so I am awful and have a lot of catching up to do. So I'll probably be full of snow or face down next to a rail.