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How to approach a demo day?

QCskier

Ski Diva Extraordinaire
#21
Yes, normally I park on the north side and avoid the base of the south side if it's a busy day but I really wanted to demo so I had to go down there. The trick to the Flying Mile was to go in the singles line. I was able to get up a little quicker that way.
 

snowysnow

Certified Ski Diva
#22
Yes, normally I park on the north side and avoid the base of the south side if it's a busy day but I really wanted to demo so I had to go down there. The trick to the Flying Mile was to go in the singles line. I was able to get up a little quicker that way.
It's extremely rare that I start my day on the south side, but I wish they'd renovate the bathrooms on the north side -- the stalls are so shallow that I always bump my head/helmet on the door. I think it's as spacious as a coach class airline seat :p

DH got his demo skis pretty early in the day and still had to wait 15 mins in the Flying Mile singles line. But it was definitely better than the regular line, or the gondola.
 

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