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|02-03-2012 07:04 PM|
|02-03-2012 10:28 AM|
|02-02-2012 05:41 PM|
Bruce Tremper put up a video on deep slab instabilities and terrain management. It's just under 15 minutes of your time and worth every second.
|02-02-2012 02:56 PM|
At first, I was like cool... another middle age square talking to me about snowpack
Then, at the 0:10 mark, it happened - he quickly turns his head and I'm damn near virtually assaulted by epic rat tail. Awesome.
|02-02-2012 02:41 PM|
That ECT is about the scariest kind you can get. Generally you can get away with riding it, but if you find the sweet spot it will go big. Normally that would be a yellow flag, but considering the snow pack this season I would classify that as a red flag result.
|02-02-2012 02:32 PM|
|ryan14410||Holy shit dude. that was a big piece coming off there.|
|02-02-2012 12:26 PM|
Here is another ECT test by Trent Meisenheimer from the UAC. Was an ECT-30 but the shear was pretty nasty. It was done in the Western Uintas so fairly similar to the snowpack of the Wasatch. Can't wait to get out this weekend and poke around and see how much more as settled.
|02-02-2012 11:54 AM|
|02-02-2012 10:41 AM|
|killclimbz||Another round of storms coming through, adding to our fragile snow pack. Please make wise terrain choices out there folks. We've had enough deaths already this season and the snow pack has not gotten any better.|
|01-31-2012 03:40 PM|
Originally Posted by snowvols View Post
It's just one of "those" years.
Spring corn should be good this year, if we get a good spring. If sunny a spring hit right now, everything would melt out within two weeks. There is enough snow to have fun, in the limited terrain that is safe enough to ride.
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