Best beginner's bump run at MJ next weekend

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Best beginner's bump run at MJ next weekend

Postby mitch236 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 8:26 am

Hi. I'll be arriving at Winter Park on Thursday and plan to ski Friday and Saturday and was wondering what the best condition bump learning runs are.

Thanks!
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Re: Best beginner's bump run at MJ next weekend

Postby Yoranium238 » Mon Jan 05, 2015 4:08 pm

Arrowhead Loop. It's great fun.
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Re: Best beginner's bump run at MJ next weekend

Postby Old School » Mon Jan 05, 2015 10:15 pm

Bradleys Bash on the Winter Park side. It is usually 1/2 groomed and 1/2 bumped. You can practice on the bumps and if you get caught up go over to the flats and work on it.
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Re: Best beginner's bump run at MJ next weekend

Postby mjskier » Tue Jan 06, 2015 11:44 am

Yoranium238 wrote:Arrowhead Loop. It's great fun.


I second that. The bottom of it is the definition of "hero bumps".
If you don't feel like doing the top, you can get to it from under the super gauge lift (plenty of options here) and then traversing left
Right at the bottom of upper arrowhead, take the traverse on skier left and do the bottom of Golden Spike. There too you can usually pick a line that fits your ability.
Then traverse right to reach Rainbow Cut.
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