The decline in mountain etiquette |

The decline in mountain etiquette

I would like to thank the Sheriff’s Office for issuing a ticket to the snowboarder who hit the other snowboarder from behind.I have been hit from behind three times by snowboarders. None of the young men said anything before they hit me; no warning whatsoever. I have been skiing for 25 years, and I have noticed a decline in mountain etiquette such as telling the rider below you are about to pass on the right or left. I always found this most helpful in planning my next turn.

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