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bunny slope

n.
A ski trail with a gentle slope, designed for beginners.
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The Children's Center has its own gondola to the bunny slopes, and chilly young 'uns can always use the indoor climbing walls and slacklines if they need a break.
Then prices will go up and we'll have to ski on bunny slopes because of possible injuries on riskier lifts.
Purchasing lift tickets at your favorite mountain generally requires you to waive the right to sue if you sustain injuries practicing your "pizza" stance on the bunny slopes. But while agreements like this may have historically protected mountains from lawsuits filed by visitors who willingly engage in skiing and snowboarding (activities considerably more dangerous than sitting on the couch), a decision stemming from an Oregon based lawsuit could have implications on the risks that mountains assume when they let people careen down their trails.
The witness said that Obamas were surrounded by crowds of security guards dressed in black, all parked off the bunny slopes.
If you've advanced past the bunny slopes and are serious about outdoor sports, you might want to check these out:
Coming in on top was Okemo Mountain Resorts' Jackson Gore Inn in Ludlow, Vt., whose ski school begins kids on the bunny slopes as young as 2 years old.
One of the stand out scenes in Reason is when Bridget, recklessly fibbing to boyfriend Mark that she is an accomplished skier, finds herself on a black run rather than the bunny slopes where she belongs.
Rather, we must ready ourselves with the training, skills and standards of practice for the bunny slopes of telehealth lying directly in front of us--and soon enough we will be ready for the Olympic downhill.
KIDS do need very protective clothes but layers are best, as they'll warm up on the bunny slopes.
Apart from a couple of wind-blown days on the icy, rock-strewn slopes of Scotland, I'd only spent a few days the year before on the bunny slopes at Mont Sainte Anne, further east in Quebec.