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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-08-2010, 11:35 AM Thread Starter
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Awesome! Thank you. Trees and bowls sounds fantastic...Brother's knees seems to hold up..we are go!


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Been an average season but if that snow comes it'll freshen the top third of the mountain (which is the main part) and it'll be freakin sweet again. Revvie's got the best terrain I've seen, IMO better than Kicking Horse, Fernie and defs better than Sunshine.

Depends what you like, we have rad trees and bowls, and if you're up for it and the snow's okay there's some bullshit chutes up high if you're prepared to hike a bit. Yes, it is a freerider's paradise.

Also, what the other dude said about staying inbounds is def true at the moment, so many people have had their arses handed to them lately in areas you'd think would be okay to ride.
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Went to kicking horse yesterday and it was sick there. There was no new snow but the conditions were pretty damn good for spring. It was sunny and warm but the snow was still really good. We went up the gondola with a guide and he said they havent gotten any decent dumps in 7 weeks. Go to revy and if it's not good just head over to golden which isnt too far away.
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Thanks! I'm sure it will be great....felt just weird fly all the way there when I have more pow in my back yard!
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We went up the gondola with a guide and he said they havent gotten any decent dumps in 7 weeks.
It's true, the same for everywhere here... sucks the big time balls


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