bunny slope


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bunny slope

n.
A ski trail with a gentle slope, designed for beginners.
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The crowd looked on in stunned silence, no doubt wondering if they'd made a wrong turn on the way to the course and wound up at the bunny slope, watching some novice learn to ski.
Even if you are a beginner, you can fly down that bunny slope, and you're a winner."
Not to the bunny slope, mind you, but to the top of the hill.
It's definitely a see-and-be-seen affair with parka-clad movie stars and wannabes shuttling between screenings, the bunny slope and the Sky Lodge, wondering all the while which indie gem will be this year's "Little Miss Sunshine."
Using a ski slope analogy, Mann says: "A few years go, it [climate change impacts] could have been a bunny slope. Now we're looking at more of a double diamond ski slope," he says.
He could handle a chair lift, on the bunny slope no less.
Stratton case, in which a Vermont jury awarded a novice skier, James Sunday, $1.5 million after he was severely injured on the bunny slope at Stratton Mountain.
You'll be lucky if you ever move past the bunny slope.
The waves I learned on were hardly big enough to lift the heavy beginner's board, but riding them felt like snowboarding down a sheer wall of ice (I am not a proficient snowboarder, either; on my first attempt I broke my other leg on the bunny slope).
You don't want him to see you fall flat on your face on a bunny slope. C) Talk kinda loudly to your mom about the pedi you both got earlier, figuring he'll recognize your voice and say hi.
Moose Mountain, about 20 minutes from Fairbanks, features more than one, 250 feet of vertical slope, with terrain ranging from a bunny slope to the steep North Slope.
His students were hard-pressed to get the notion of a "bunny slope"--skiing jargon for a gentle decline where beginning skiers start.