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A snowboarder is dwarfed in Spirit Mountain's 350-foot-long, 15-foot-high super pipe, while farther downhill a skier moves past one of the park's shorter jumps. Once the nearly exclusive realm of snowboarders, many skiers have discovered the fun of terrain parks. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

Plenty of piping thrills at Spirit Mountain

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On a recent mild day, Sam Kluver sat on a snow bank at Spirit Mountain, video camera ready to catch the action as a friend came snowboarding down the Amp Energy Terrain Park.

"It's probably the best one I've been to in Minnesota," Kluver said of the park. "It's actually got decent-sized jumps."

Kluver comes to Duluth several times each winter from Eagan, Minn., to board at Spirit Mountain.

"It's worth the trip," he said.

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