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Les 2 Alpes SnowPark

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I'm updating a guidebook on L2A and I've stumbled across something I haven't seen or ridden before: an 'Axe Pipe'! It's a feature in the Toura 2600 sector snowpark, but what is it?
The station's piste maintenance & tourist board offices describe it like this:

"Axe pipe: This zone allows beginners to initiated riders to take on rather 'technical' ramps like hips, gaps, or quarters over more than 800 m before entering the pipe!"

Doesn't sound like a pipe, does it? Anyone know what it is Puzzled

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