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Holes 1-3, mostly open and downhill, will offer you the chance to watch your discs fly.
Single-chain unnumbered baskets. Single (natural) tee locations marked by small red blocks (some numbered, some not). Deep grass/weeds off fairways - fairways themselves a bit high, too!
Other than number-4, a short, straight shot in the midst of the patch of woods separating two ski slopes, and number-5, open the first 150', through woods another 150', then open the last 50', this course is quite open, other than a few random ski structures (shed, lamppost, lift, etc.) to miss. The first three holes play downhill, 4-5 across the slope, then 6-9 have you gently regain the elevation. Mixture of turns needed from the tee, but with seven of the holes quite open, there is plenty of room to maneuver.
The day I played (7/24/11), the course was setup slightly different than the Aerial Course Map. Holes 1-5, 8-9 were as shown. Number-6 played up the main slope, back toward the lodge, with the basket to the right. Basket-7 remained as on the map, but the tee was located near the basket-6 location, making it an immediate right-turner.
Definitely have a map with you, as the tee markers aren't always easy to spot, nor are the baskets, as they have no coloured band or flag on them. Tee-1, as you exit the back of the lodge, is to the right, up the hillock where a ski lift is.
A good introduction to ski-slope disc golf. For more extreme length and elevation change, try nearby Seven Springs, or slightly farther afield Wisp.
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