Something I've always struggled with when I'm on a board, is how to handle long traverses or flat cat-tracks. I'm thinking of things like the cat track into 7th heaven at Blackcomb. Long, pretty flat, cutting across the hillside. I find that I don't like to run flat on them due to the risk of catching an edge, but if i stay up on edge the whole time, I find it exhausting because due to the slope of the cat track, I pretty much have to stay on 1 edge the whole time. Is there a way to deal with these that's less tiring?
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2/12/08 at 4:31pm