Actually no, not always. There is a mix. Yes, boarders need to learn to move out of the way to boot in (that is what we do). They provide seats for this around the corner. We usually skate around the corner where the snow is built up to the lifty hut. That way, you are sitting on an angle and it is easy to boot in. But, quite a few times that I have almost plowed into a group, it is a group of skiers that are standing around chatting about where they are heading off to next. It happens quite a bit up the top of Scotts as well where they stand there deciding which direction they are going to go. It is not about which type of snowrider is clogging things up, it is about telling whoever it is, to move the hell out of the way to a more suitable area.