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post #811 of 1140
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Originally Posted by kevcinma View Post

Learnto.You must be right by Stop River?


 

Runs right behind my house, although it's more like a trickle than a river, only 5' wide.  I walked out to it a couple times but I had to do it in dry season with wellies on to get through the wetlands.
post #812 of 1140
Far too easy!.... The Dive @ Sunshine.... Bre-x.... NEXT!

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Any Takers?
post #813 of 1140
OK, My turn......

post #814 of 1140
Stab in the dark: 7th Heaven, Blackcomb.
post #815 of 1140
Hey Foxy!

Nope..... Further Inland than that.....

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Stab in the dark: 7th Heaven, Blackcomb.
post #816 of 1140
post #817 of 1140

Hint its named for a world cup skier.
post #818 of 1140
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Originally Posted by cjb View Post






Is that Rudis' Chute at Alyeska?
post #819 of 1140
Looks like the South Side of Castle......Gambler?

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OK, My turn......

post #820 of 1140
Guess my last one was too hard this one should be alot easier.
post #821 of 1140
Good spot.... South Side of Castle it is.....  Can wait to get up there in some fresh snow :)

The run is somewhere along either High plains, Showdown, or Trapper!

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Originally Posted by manchester81 View Post

Looks like the South Side of Castle......Gambler?
 


 
post #822 of 1140
DJ's Tramline. Cannon Mt.

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Originally Posted by tylrwnzl View Post

Guess my last one was too hard this one should be alot easier.

 
post #823 of 1140
 Spot on, can anyone guess my first one? (Post #817)
post #824 of 1140
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Originally Posted by MastersRacer View Post

DJ's Tramline. Cannon Mt.
 


 
Spot on, can anyone guess my first one? (Post #817)
post #825 of 1140
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Originally Posted by tylrwnzl View Post



Spot on, can anyone guess my first one? (Post #817)

 

I'll take a stab, if just to get some feedback

Paulie's Folly at Cannon.
post #826 of 1140
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Originally Posted by MastersRacer View Post




I'll take a stab, if just to get some feedback

Paulie's Folly at Cannon.

Right state, wrong mountain. Remember it is named after a world cup skier that did ski at Cannon but "works" at the mountian the trail is named after. He supposedly layed out the design for the trail thats named after him.
post #827 of 1140
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Originally Posted by tylrwnzl View Post




Right state, wrong mountain. Remember it is named after a world cup skier that did ski at Cannon but "works" at the mountian the trail is named after. He supposedly layed out the design for the trail thats named after him.
 

Bode's something, but I can't read the Bretton Woods trail map online.
post #828 of 1140
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Originally Posted by MastersRacer View Post




Bode's something, but I can't read the Bretton Woods trail map online.

"Bode's Run" would be the full name of the trail so kudos to MastersRacer.
post #829 of 1140
At first I thought of the classic WCers like Bernhard Russi, J.C. Killy. Then I put things together with 'works' at the area. I knew Bode was calling BW 'home hill'. et voila!

MR
post #830 of 1140
I don't know how much Bode actually skis there but December I saw his brother tearing up the terrain park on a snowboard, winter sports must run in the family.
post #831 of 1140


The name of the resort is easy, but name this trail.

Bonus points for not making fun of my Scotts.
post #832 of 1140
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Originally Posted by MastersRacer View Post



The name of the resort is easy, but name this trail.

Bonus points for not making fun of my Scotts.
Gibson at Cranmore?
post #833 of 1140
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Originally Posted by tylrwnzl View Post



Gibson at Cranmore?

 

The easy part is right, Cranmore. Further North, although most trails are there.
Edited by MastersRacer - 11/2/09 at 4:28pm
post #834 of 1140
Koessler?
post #835 of 1140
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Originally Posted by tylrwnzl View Post

Koessler?
 

More North. Its named after a famous ski region in Europe.
post #836 of 1140
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Originally Posted by MastersRacer View Post




More North. Its named after a famous ski region in Europe.
Skimeister?
post #837 of 1140
A little too far north. Its the mountain range where Hannes Schneider came from.
post #838 of 1140
Would that be the trail named Schneider?
post #839 of 1140

You were warmer on the Skimeister. Hannes was from the town of St. Anton.

post #840 of 1140
Now that I've named just about every trail on the mountain...Kandahar
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