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Is compressed snow (snow that has been worn smooth) good or bad, in terms of grip?

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Snow becomes compressed or smooth-worn when it has been subjected to hard pressure. It is often found at junctions, where many vehicles come to a standstill before then accelerating.

Compressed snow has many of the same properties as ice – i.e. poor grip. Compare it to the experience of walking in deep snow – it is more difficult, but there is much less risk of slipping and losing your grip.

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