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Probably not the most interesting riding photos but I thought I would share a few from a recent tour through the brighton back/sidecountry.

About to drop into the wind buffed wolverine bowl.



mt. tuscarora




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Weren't feeling Seagull?

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Probably not the most interesting riding photos but I thought I would share a few from a recent tour through the brighton back/sidecountry.

About to drop into the wind buffed wolverine bowl.



mt. tuscarora




our lines

Is that mt. tuscarora chute an in bounds accessed area? I'm hopefully going to Brighton in the middle of February, and that is what im talking about!

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Probably not the most interesting riding photos but I thought I would share a few from a recent tour through the brighton back/sidecountry.

our lines
Looks like fun! Are you the photographer or the rider in the "our lines" shot? Photographer did some real nice consistent turns there. Rider's just takin it easy lol
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Is that mt. tuscarora chute an in bounds accessed area? I'm hopefully going to Brighton in the middle of February, and that is what im talking about!
It is not inbounds. Easy to get to if you have a split. Some people post hole to it. If you are going to hit that hit the better chute that is seagull.

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weren't feeling Seagull?
Neither of us had ever done seagull and we found alot of windboard snow on similar aspects so we decided to keep it easy and not potentially die

Im the photographer. My partner definately need to clean it up a bit. lol
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When did you hit this?

Do you have higher-res photos?
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Last Thursday.

I prob have a higher res pic. The image hosting site probably compressed my picture.
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cool, i was gonna say the snow looked pretty rip-able but wasn't sure if this was before or after our gnarly heatwave/inversion.
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