3.26.2007

Mud River Glen

Nobody loves dirt skiing more than Mud River Glen. Of course, to maximize your enjoyment of this distinctly local pleasure, and to shralp like only a shareholder can, please follow our simple mud skiing guidelines. Enjoy!

Situation: You slowly approach an unidentified mixture of moss, mud, and rock, one to two feet in diameter. Location is avoidable.
Recommendation: Point it.

Situation: As you accelerate through a hard right turn into a glade, you rapidly approach a rock mass surrounded by an unidentified mixture of moss, mud, and rock, two to five feet in diameter. Location is potentially avoidable.
Recommendation: Point it.

Situation: Nearing maximim velocity at the base of what you thought to be a runout, you are hauling ass as you approach a pair of trees, six feet or less apart, bracketing a rock mass surrounded by an unidentified mixture of moss, mud, and rock, five to 10 feet in diameter. Location is unavoidable.
Recommendation: Point it.

Situation: You have entered Paradise, an entire run is filled with trees, four feet or less apart, with less snow than you thought humanly possible to ski upon. Now that you can see most of the moss and grass, you realize there really aren't that many rocks. Location is irrelevant.
Recommendation: Point it ... and recommend to all your friends.

PS. Our groms can kick your groms ass. The kid in this picture is 10.

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