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looking for some advice and also a boarding buddy

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
hi all

have been away from the whole snow scene for a while and now looking to get back into it (as well miss it) but not to sure
how to go about it, the nearest snow dome is hemel and been looking on there site to see if they do some sort of refresher lesson,
where as before i would just go straight on the main slope but as been away for a few yrs dont really want to do that ...any advice would be good thx

also when i start going back up there, i really dont want to go on me little ownsome where as before my ex partner used to ski.

so would be looking for someone, if interested around the brighton to littlehaptom area who would be up for going up at once a month or every 3 weeks
i do drive so thats no problem ...if interested pm me or reply on here

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
See this thread for the first in a series of casual meet ups for the summer. New people always welcome

You probably haven't lost all your skills provided you wern't a raw beginner and the Hemel slope isn't that scary. Provided you can ride a drag you can always get off halfway up while you build confidence.

That said group lessons are probably dirt cheap at the momet on quiet season so sign up for the level you think you're at?
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
hey fluffycarrotnose,

I think I agree with fatbob, that unless you were a total beginner still i'd just go and try out as he said the slope at hemel is not steep and the snow is soft, having said that the only reason not to take tuition is financial - if you can afford it always take it.
good luck with finding riding buddies.
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