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Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:35 pm

ANOTHER VOTE FROM ME FOR LEARNING AT APP
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peanut butter
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Tue Nov 15, 2011 10:22 am

I actually learned at Sugar, and did not have a terrible experience (if you're looking for something besides App Ski Mtn)...Sugar is a great place if you're a fast learner, as they have pretty progressive slopes, going from the bunny hill to big birch, to the 3/4 unload, etc. Sugar may be better for the second or third day out, though, if you're not quite comfortable yet.



But yeah, listen to these guys above^^they most likely know more than I do about this kind of thing...I was basically thrown to the wolves/had to teach myself...go with a lesson if you can...they'll tell you a lot of the basics that you wouldn't be able to know/figure out on your own
peanut butter
Beginner
Posts: 400
Joined: Sun Jan 23, 2011 5:55 pm

Tue Nov 15, 2011 10:22 am

I actually learned at Sugar, and did not have a terrible experience (if you're looking for something besides App Ski Mtn)...Sugar is a great place if you're a fast learner, as they have pretty progressive slopes, going from the bunny hill to big birch, to the 3/4 unload, etc. Sugar may be better for the second or third day out, though, if you're not quite comfortable yet.



But yeah, listen to these guys above^^they most likely know more than I do about this kind of thing...I was basically thrown to the wolves/had to teach myself...go with a lesson if you can...they'll tell you a lot of the basics that you wouldn't be able to know/figure out on your own
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