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theabortionatorYes. It was especially bad in 2014 because I landed a job in NZ the day before a bad head injury. It fucked me up pretty good. Anyway mtn also goes through some really bad visibility periods. I remember sliding on icy cord but the trail had fall line and being able to see maybe a few feet more. Had to sit down in the trail, almost threw up. Had to download rather than ride at the end of the day.
Low vis days really bother me still but it's a lot better. I still hate the super windy days running a snowcat on a ridgeline while the snow is blowing sideways but it's part of the job.
I would guess it depends a lot on the person, but if this was a recent injury maybe take it easy a bit. Also be careful about hitting your head. It may have some lasting issues but hopefully they will be less severe across the board or maybe even gone.
DominatorJacquesEat a good breakfast. Don't drink alcohol. Don't try to ski in a white-out.
Be sure you are hydrated.
Hopefully, with time your injury will get better! Best to you.
donotreplythank you everyone by reading all your comments i think i just need to be more patient until this gets better and that im fully healed. until then i’ll stay careful but i’ll also try to challenge myself :)