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|11-05-2008 05:06 PM|
|killclimbz||I can tell you that peeps have been getting after it in NorCal already. Splitboard.com has lot's of Northern Cal riders there. Teton Gravity has a trip report or two up also. It is looking pretty good.|
|11-05-2008 04:48 PM|
niccee. i got excited when my email told me someone posted on here, but it turns out it was some douche bag promoting his jets. btw, who the fuck can afford a private jet on here??
back to the topic- NOR CAL POW POW BACKCOUNTRY!
|11-05-2008 04:27 PM|
|killclimbz||^^^Man, the spammers must really think we are a huge consumer base and want to buy their wares. WTF do jets have to with snowboarding? Maybe should try privatejets.com or something. Nobody was asking about locations we needed to fly to. Making a post so your sig shows is still spam. Hence BANNED.|
|11-05-2008 03:01 PM|
|ceruleanjet123||You should think about any private jet flying so that you will have the best experience of trip.....|
|10-23-2008 01:46 PM|
Originally Posted by ceruleanjet123 View Post
|10-23-2008 01:35 PM|
|ceruleanjet123||I think you should visit this country for more information....|
|10-03-2008 09:15 PM|
|X1n54n3x||nzboardlife, uh not to be a dick dude, but what does that have to do with nor cal backcountry? i mean you could very well have started a new thread asking that question. anyways im reviving this thread cause the seasons coming up and im really looking forward to some untracked unknown spots. ill do my best to document the spots i find (which will be mainly off of hwy4@ around ebbetts pass) with pics and all that good stuff.|
|08-22-2008 05:06 PM|
|nzboardlife||Planning on doing work canada in 2010 for the winter olympics, anyone around whislter who split boards here?|
|07-24-2008 10:46 AM|
As long as they are certified to give a level I course you should be good. I've seen topics about Kirkwood's program at TGR and they seem to be legit. Hop over to splitboard and post questions about avy courses in the Tahoe area. I am sure some of the guys there like san frantisco or bcrider will have some info.
If you are needing to get gear, Patroller Supply extends discounts on avy gear to those I pass along to them. They carry low end to high end beacons all at a discount already. If you are looking for a good budget beacon the Ortovox D3 is pretty dang good and gives you the digital beacon benefits. Get a metal shovel, plastics suck for removing avalanche debris. You'll want to give them a call or leave a note about the referral.
Regardless I know the gear and a course is not cheap, but don't skimp it. After all, what is your life and your friend's life worth?
|07-24-2008 10:30 AM|
|X1n54n3x||i'm beginning to look into the level 1 avalanche courses...unfortunately i have a final in a couple hours so i need to start studying for that. anyways i see that kirkwood offers a 3 day course- has anyone gone through them? (damn $380 for non passholders!)|
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