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04-12-2011 07:32 PM
jeri534
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Originally Posted by --bigtime-- View Post
Don't recognize the terrain. What mountain is that jeri?
Also, what town do you live in out there? I'm looking to make the permanent trek out west to UT this coming fall and am fully open to suggestions as to which town I should drop anchor.
Thx.
It's not a resort, BCC backcountry, Powder Park from Mill D North Fork
04-12-2011 11:37 AM
snowvols That was over in Powder Park in BCC. We took the long way there and found the cliff along the way.

Salt Lake is the best place to set up shop. 30 mins to the top of the mountains and everything you need the city offers.
04-12-2011 10:35 AM
--bigtime-- Don't recognize the terrain. What mountain is that jeri?
Also, what town do you live in out there? I'm looking to make the permanent trek out west to UT this coming fall and am fully open to suggestions as to which town I should drop anchor.
Thx.
04-11-2011 08:38 PM
snowvols
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Originally Posted by jeri534 View Post
or just not be lazy and hike up that shit
At least someone is keeping it real haha
04-11-2011 05:01 PM
jeri534
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Originally Posted by schmitty34 View Post
I wish season pass holders could just revolt and force the resorts to stay open longer despite losing money (obviously this makes no sense for them).

Took work off last Thursday for the last great powder weekday at Alpental (Seattle area) but now we are limited to the weekends as well.
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^this

always seems a shame when there's so much base left... hmm, time to invest in some snowshoes for the hiking perhaps

or just not be lazy and hike up that shit
04-11-2011 02:12 PM
schmitty34
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haha, and yup, spring pow days limited to weekends? bah. even though i never get to hit it week days, sucks for peeps who can... oh yeh night riding stops just as it gets to daylight savings and longer days
Yep, hate that nights end so early too. With work and family, nights are sometimes the only times I can get up. Ditching work on a thursday for 18 inches of new was sweet, but I can't do that very often.

Although, having the hills closed for days on end does let the snow accumulate (if it's actually snowing) and can make the days it does open pretty nice....if you can get there and don't mind the crowd.
04-11-2011 01:52 PM
david_z we did Brighton, Bird, PowMow and two more days at Brighton, ending on Thursday right before you got there Tekniq33.

Everyone I went with had multiple "Best run of my life!" moments.

A foot or more of fresh at Brighton on 4/3, on top of that 5-8" at Snowbird the following day, bluebird cords at Brighton on Wednesday and blizzard dumping snow at Brighton on Thurs. to end our trip as that most-recent storm front swept through.

Really, really, really wished we could've stayed another day or two through the storm.
04-11-2011 01:45 PM
tekniq33 Canyons, Snowbird, Park City. Friday to Sunday. Snowed 90% of the time. Best three days of boarding I have ever had. Thank you Utah and Ullr.
04-11-2011 12:32 PM
grafta haha, and yup, spring pow days limited to weekends? bah. even though i never get to hit it week days, sucks for peeps who can... oh yeh night riding stops just as it gets to daylight savings and longer days
04-11-2011 12:30 PM
grafta
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Originally Posted by schmitty34 View Post
I wish season pass holders could just revolt and force the resorts to stay open longer despite losing money (obviously this makes no sense for them).
^this

always seems a shame when there's so much base left... hmm, time to invest in some snowshoes for the hiking perhaps
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