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    VA downhill - Bryce & Mass

    Any intel on when the two downhills parks are opening? I'm itching for an uplift!


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    bryce put out a facebook video saying april 15-16. dunno about massanutten, hopefully around that time too
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    VA downhill - Bryce & Mass

    Great!! I can hardly wait!!


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    same time for Mass, who likes which one better? went to Bryce last and was thinking about Massanutten this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB_ZA View Post
    same time for Mass, who likes which one better? went to Bryce last and was thinking about Massanutten this year
    Just looking at all the new stuff Bryce is doing for opening weekend, I would definitely head there first. I'm pumped to see it.

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    I went to both Mass and Bryce last year a few times each. Bryce's tracks were smooth and fast, and they had started to add some much bigger features by the end of the season. What I like about Bryce is that all the features have great sight lines (you can generally eyeball your landing before hitting the feature), and I think all the features were built extremely safely - loads of tabletops. I did of course see some crashes in unexpected areas, but that's par for course I'm guessing in this business.

    Mass had much longer runs - and a much slower chairlift. I think that mass has runs with rougher terrain, and is probably a touch more challenging overall in some ways. For instance, jumps on crunchy were tougher in spotting your landing in my amateur opinion.

    Both were great experiences. HEaded to Bryce this SUnday.

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    Gonna try and get my HT to bryce this summer for my first time doing any DH style riding!

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