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The orange pole of death - piste marking weirdnesses

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
@poppyb, the oles have longer or shorter markings on left or right. Of course, in a real whitenout you won’t see across the piste so will be difficult to know if it’s longer or shorter.

If it’s that bad you really shouldn’t be skiing.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
I was having my first off piste lesson a few years back at L2A and the fog came in. The instructor decided to take us down out of it as a couple of my fellow skiers were less than happy about conditions. I was tail end Charlie on the descent and didn’t hear that he was going to take us down via the snow park. I only discovered this when I suddenly found myself going rapidly upwards and seeing a pole which I thought was a piste edge (actually marking the top of a jump I had skied onto by accident) I turned quickly and found I was skiing in the air. I was so unprepared for this that I sort of crumpled and completely stacked it. Not happy at all...
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