I headed down to Jangle Jungle over the weekend and whilst the conditions weren't ideal it seemed like a pretty fun, youth orientated mountain. The music was pretty good the whole time and there was a DJ booth in the main building so I assume sometimes they have people play live sets. It was just pop music while I was there though.
It's a small resort with only 2 quads and 1 pair lift but from these there was a fair
Despite the reviews sayiong good music it sucked like everywhere else when I was there.
It started snowing and that turned first to sleet then rain. Its the wetest I've ever been skiing and almost sationary at times. Hardly any snow and grass poking out all over the place. One week later though the snow depth is up to 140cm so I guess its not a problem now. I like the layout of runs and the hill is a decent
Although there are only two main quads, there are a number of runs to choose from so things stay interesting despite the size of the resort. Believe me, you will be far from bored!
We mostly stayed on the lift to the far left side (if you are facing the mountain). On a good day, plenty of powder can be found and the jumps and other novelties are well-placed and of varying levels. If jumps