Skier Rider Ability Level

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'''[[Skier Rider Ability Level]]''' The following gradients were used to determine the skier ability level of the mountain terrain: '''[[Skier Rider Ability Level]]''' The following gradients were used to determine the skier ability level of the mountain terrain:
 +{|
| |
-Skier Ability Slope Gradient+{|
-Beginner 8 to 12%+!Skier Ability
-Novice to 25% (short pitches to 30%)+!Slope Gradient
-Low Intermediate to 30% (short pitches to 35%)+|-
-Intermediate to 40% (short pitches to 45%)+|Beginner
-Advanced Intermediate to 50% (short pitches to 55%)+|8 to 12%
-Expert over 50% (maximum of 80%)+|Novice
 +|to 25% (short pitches to 30%)
 +|-
 +|Low Intermediate
 +|to 30% (short pitches to 35%)
 +|-
 +|Intermediate
 +|to 40% (short pitches to 45%)
 +|-
 +|Advanced Intermediate
 +|to 50% (short pitches to 55%)
 +|-
 +|Expert
 +|over 50% (maximum of 80%)
 +|}

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Skier Rider Ability Level The following gradients were used to determine the skier ability level of the mountain terrain:

Skier Ability Slope Gradient
Beginner 8 to 12% Novice to 25% (short pitches to 30%)
Low Intermediate to 30% (short pitches to 35%)
Intermediate to 40% (short pitches to 45%)
Advanced Intermediate to 50% (short pitches to 55%)
Expert over 50% (maximum of 80%)
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