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What the Trail Ratings really mean.

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Don't know if it's regional but I'd make some changes for CO:

 

'Hundreds and hundreds of people' on the intermediate slope.

'Eldery person more talented than you' on the difficult slope.

'Snowboarder building small crappy jumps' on the easy slope.

'Kid sitting in landing area of massive jump' on the intermediate slope.

'Kid sitting in middle of trail waiting for medical attention' on the intermediate slope.

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Northern Idaho

 

No signs  -  No people  -  No whiners unless they're foreigners (local jargon for tourists-very rare)

 

 

 

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Northern Idaho Intermediate run/no signs/no people/good powder.  OOPS sorry thats my driveway.

 

 

 

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Front side Lookout Pass about 0930 and really crowded - No signs ski it if you want to - you're responsible for knowing your own ability.

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