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10-28-2011 07:28 PM
t21
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Originally Posted by snowcrazy181 View Post
You should check out the KK, DD, ... Runs on the back side of cole creek. Easy street is super fun to if you can get freshies...
i had tried them before when i skied,skiboard,they were really fun!
10-28-2011 07:25 PM
snowcrazy181
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I'll be at Big Sky for the first time the second week of April this 2012. Assuming it will still be really good snow conditions then? Have a conference scheduled there at the lodge so I'm super stoked.
Should be pretty sweet, nothing like rocky mtn powder.
10-28-2011 07:23 PM
snowcrazy181
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Red lodge is my mountain since i live on the eastern side.since i just started snowboarding,i stayed mostly there but will venture back out to Big sky,BB,and moonlight. I hope to make it to either Discover or Loss Trail this season

You should check out the KK, DD, ... Runs on the back side of cole creek. Easy street is super fun to if you can get freshies...
10-28-2011 05:29 PM
snowcrazy181 IF you guys come visit MT, Big Sky especially, You will NOT be dissapointed. Def checkout challenger.
10-28-2011 04:31 PM
hikeswithdogs Were doing a February road trip from SLC to BigSky(and moonlight basin)this winter and doing Targhee on the way, can't freaken wait!
10-28-2011 04:20 PM
snowcrazy181
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Ha, funny you mentioned that...I was just checking out flights from SLC > Bozeman/Ennis Big Sky. Cheapest was $440! This is at the end of feb too.

I figure it would be a really nice drive though, only 5+ hours, definitely sure to see some good scenery along the way.
Dude you should definately do the drive the scenery is amazing in this area...
10-27-2011 01:02 PM
jpb3 I'll be at Big Sky for the first time the second week of April this 2012. Assuming it will still be really good snow conditions then? Have a conference scheduled there at the lodge so I'm super stoked.
10-26-2011 11:12 PM
t21 Red lodge is my mountain since i live on the eastern side.since i just started snowboarding,i stayed mostly there but will venture back out to Big sky,BB,and moonlight. I hope to make it to either Discover or Loss Trail this season
10-26-2011 10:37 PM
WasatchMan
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People say Big Sky is hard to get to. I kind of disagree. Yes you may or may not have to take a connection flight into Bozeman. However, the drive is less than an hour and a straight shot from airport. Airport was recently expanded and is quite nice.

Ha, funny you mentioned that...I was just checking out flights from SLC > Bozeman/Ennis Big Sky. Cheapest was $440! This is at the end of feb too.

I figure it would be a really nice drive though, only 5+ hours, definitely sure to see some good scenery along the way.
10-26-2011 10:22 PM
caneyhead o yea, runs. I can't get enough of trees and steeps under challenger. Honestly could spend all day just riding that lift. Look to left midway up for small cliff/rock drops. If your man enough there are Steep pillows off andesite snakepit stay left. Make sure conditions are good.

Look right off the triple to see how long the tram line is on powder day. If too long do the bowel then go to challenger. If short, hurry up and skate over there cause it may not be that way for long.

You can lap the tram by doing Otterslide then gullies. Need to traverse left to the tram before you hit the bowl. Otherwise you have to take long cat track back to triple.

Ok, I'll get in trouble if I say much more.
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