I'm more of an all-mountain, backcountry type skiier. But i just recently bought some twin tips from Line to get myself more familiar with the park. Now i've fallen on pavement before from longboarding on the streets of SoCal, and obviously fallen on the hard packed snow. But for me, fallen in the park (boxes and rails - easier stuff) is something i dont wanna do. I feel like the mountain is all about people looking at one-another and seeing who's got "Skill". And although i got all-mountain skill, my park skill is at the bottom of the totem pole. I used to snowboard years ago and rails and boxes, including small jumps definitley come off easier on a snowboard. But i have a problem getting my tips up, and having the fear of falling while everyone is watching. What is a way to just go out and say "fuck it". In the areas i ski in, more snowboarders run the park, so i defnintley done want to look like the guy with skis, coming into the park and destroying their land (even though i could care less).