Staff and players, are really nice . Probably the best out of all other fields ive been too.
you have to hike up mount everest to play on any field, then walk down mount everest to go to your car or take a break after every game. By the time we would get up to a field to play some of the guys would fall on the floor, and im not talking about tippman newkid.i saw some dude with a dm9 fall to the floor when we got up there.
driving to the place is really bad for your cars suspension, really really really bad bumps. i wouldnt reccomend you take any new car up there. i remember jumping up completely out of my seat at one point driving up there. i would not reccomend anyone to take new cars up there, you will destroy your car.
other then the location, the staff is really nice. players are awesome too. if your into woodsball type play check it out, you might like it.
im more into speedball didnt see any teams there that day. and no airball field.
Last edited on Saturday, March 20th, 2010 at 11:52 pm PST
Well I got some good news. Were adding wide steps on the steep hill to help the climb. Every week we try and fill in the road with dirt and gravel so eventually itll be a smoother ride. And heres the best news of all. Were going to have the airball field up every day now (sat and sun). Were building wind breaks around the speedball fields which will greatly improve the chances of speedball bunkers not blowing away.
And thanks for the comments about the staff. I appreciate it.