by: OnTheEdge - 3rd March 2013

  • 1
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced/Expert
  • 1All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 4Family Friendly
  • 3Aprés Ski
  • 1Terrain Park
  • Overall Value
Good for Beginners
Over Priced

Full review

If you are learning to snowboard or ski for the first time and Dry Hill is the nearest local hill then its fine for just that or if you have children and you want a place to take them then Dry Hill is the place. There really are only three runs on Dry Hill and for such a small hill that offers so little you have to wonder why it is similarly as much as Gore Mountain, Snow Ridge and Titus Mountain (of course location). The only benefit to this place is you get up almost as fast as it takes to get down. Though, if you run it straight down you can do it in 30 seconds. They do have a terrain park here but a 1ft jump isn’t going to get anyones blood pumping. The trail map shows more runs to the far left and right but even at the best of the season I’ve scrapped ground (they don’t blow snow there). I wouldn’t rate any trail over a blue. I would however recommend driving over to Snow Ridge or Titus Mountain for a better experience.
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