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    you guys actually did come across that really big one in the swamp twisties...it just underwent a transformation since that picture....That big one is actually the first A-frame now...the creator of the stunt added the backside ramp because when it was just a jump the take off angle shot you almost directly towards a large tree on the right side of the trail.

    Further north towards the river crossing there is another rock roller trail and another skinnier a-frame to play on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rueler View Post
    you guys actually did come across that really big one in the swamp twisties...it just underwent a transformation since that picture....That big one is actually the first A-frame now...the creator of the stunt added the backside ramp because when it was just a jump the take off angle shot you almost directly towards a large tree on the right side of the trail.
    It's so great to have you here as the resident Nassahegan historian! Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by rueler View Post
    Further north towards the river crossing there is another rock roller trail and another skinnier a-frame to play on.
    Is that the little loop that heads west over the stone walls and then links back up with the main Cornwall/69 loop? I've only been in there once too and recall a few ladder drops, I think.
    I ski double black diamonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rueler View Post
    you guys actually did come across that really big one in the swamp twisties...it just underwent a transformation since that picture....That big one is actually the first A-frame now...the creator of the stunt added the backside ramp because when it was just a jump the take off angle shot you almost directly towards a large tree on the right side of the trail.

    Further north towards the river crossing there is another rock roller trail and another skinnier a-frame to play on.
    lol! I totally see it now. Stooopid migs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg View Post
    It's so great to have you here as the resident Nassahegan historian! Thanks!



    Is that the little loop that heads west over the stone walls and then links back up with the main Cornwall/69 loop? I've only been in there once too and recall a few ladder drops, I think.
    Yeah, that's the trail!! I haven't been on it since early summer. It's a short little horshoe route that rolls west and loops back east...it exits you back on the main route that runs parallel with 69...right by the river. It's fun and there's a couple of nice challenges in there.


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