public reports
Another World Mountain Boarding Centre // Wednesday 28th February 2018
Click on Thumbnail to view larger images. Click on Title for Image Index.
And the greatest ski jumper of all time leaps into the air...

The Herring gull- best surface of the day

Coming down the Herring gull

Landed safely

180 off the kicker on the Fulmar

Another 180 shot on the kicker

Nice landing although was thin-needed patching a few times

The kicker was great fun

The "boarders" flattening out the herring gull

Air off the kicker

Patching up the albatross

More air off the kicker

"I'm falling over!"

Nice air off the kicker

 
Enjoying lift served snow sports!

The human powered ski tow

Click on Thumbnail to view larger images. Click on Title for Image Index.
 Forward Displayed: Images 1 to 16 of 18
Report
:: Snow Cover
Broken & Patchy. Very Limited Terrain.
:: Surface Conditions (out of 5)
3
:: Weather Conditions
Some sun and clouds, a cold E wind causing some bare areas and some drifts
:: Snow Conditions & Info
Well the Beast from the East had arrived, there was enough for some limited sliding round the streets and park of our sleepy east coast village. We had great fun and we decided to name each run, there was the fulmar which had the jump, albatross which was long but thin and the herring gull which was short but nice. Nice to be sliding as Glenshee and the Lecht are stormbound
:: Riders
skicadets
This report was posted by Skicadets at 12.39hrs on Wed 28th Feb 18