Ski Diva Extraordinaire
For me, I have an opportunity to ski trees that are not bumped up occasionally, but I see where you're going with this. Trees do tend to get bumped up.I am intrigued by those separating out bumps from skiing trees. Where I ski, most often the trees are bumped up. So I’ve focused more on bumps skiing because it translates into the trees too in my area anyway. But for the most part the trees have bumps unless it’s a powder day that filled them in, or extremely flat where it doesn’t bump as much. So can’t ski trees much without skiing bumps too.
In my case, we get snow storms stacked up and will often have powder trees for several days in a row.