Originally Posted by skerrane
I just started skiing diamonds last year and can't do moguls. Hopefully I'll be able to work on my ability a lot on this trip.
Breck has an enormous amount of blue groomers.
Peak 10 has steeper groomers running down the east Ridge. It also has Cimmaron which is a black that is usually groomed. Be sure to straight line the last 100 yds or so to get enough speed because there's a road at the bottom. The Falcon Chair lift line is half easy moguls and half groomed with a harder short mogul run at the bottom, Grits which is good practice if it's soft.
On Peak 9 American is a fairly steep blue/black groomer that has easy moguls on half of it that are usually very well formed. It's a good place to practice moguls. The runs north of American are usually part groomed and part easy moguls as well.
On Peak 8, Rounders is a black that is usually groomed. Duke's is half easy moguls and half groomed and is a great run on which to practice moguls. They are almost always perfectly formed and soft. Another run that is great for mogul practice is on a green run (believe it or not). It's just south of the Colorado Super Chair and locally called the "hollywood bumps". I think it's labeled "swinger" on the map. Also, under the six chair they usually groom a couple blacks so check out their grooming report for exact details.
I never go to the Peak 7 stuff so I can really help you there.