No word I know of. Just someone not skiing/riding to endanger. I think one
of the rules is that you don't ski/ride or jump blindly into an area where
you can't see the landing or where you're going.

That is why people stop on a knoll, to scout it out. Some may be intimidated
by the steeper section under the knoll and are building nerve. Many hits
just look like a pile of snow.
Steve K.

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                From:   Raymond Park [mailto:[log in to unmask]]

                On another note, could you tell me if there is a word for
the skier who always stands right on top of hits or knolls that are airable?

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