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Mogul Runs Are Repeating Patterns Of Terrain Elements

Despite a first impression of complexity mogul run terrain is actually quite structured and orderly – comprised of repeating patterns of the six terrain elements just introduced in the previous page.

Here is a photo of a mogul run with the repeating patterns illustrated: 1 Flat Mogul Top, 1 Spine, 2 Secondary Fall Lines and 2 Troughs. For visual clarity we have shown the flat mogul tops on top of green ovals and have omitted illustrating the troughs.

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