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Old 02-13-2011, 08:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The first day we just played around in grizzly gulch and ran across a few hits and chads and pyramid gap. Pyramid gap appeared larger this year and some kid hit it.

Fun looking butter box


Pyramid Gap


Thought it was cool we got to do little superior which is the peak lower of course than superior. Rode the Northeast aspect to the right of the ridge. Snow was meh but still fun


Cardiac Ridge


Rode down the backside of Cardiff in order to get to the skin track for superior without taking the ridge. Wanted to increase Vert


Looking back getting closer to Superior. There is something about a skin track I always enjoy


Looking down before I dropped in


Sun was over the ridge line but hard to see


I took the Utah Mountain Adventure Avi 1 Class. I highly recommend it and was able to learn a lot. The instructors were all stoked to be there and super helpful. Made for a fun weekend for sure.
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Nice. I should come out there and do the class. What was your total cost and what equipment do you need for the class?

Haha, who built the box? It looks fun...
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Nice. I should come out there and do the class. What was your total cost and what equipment do you need for the class?

Haha, who built the box? It looks fun...
The class was around 250. You can rent all gear you need from them i.e. split skins beacon probe and shovel. I am unsure though the total cost of the rental stuff

The box I have no clue but didn't have time to hit it unfortunately can always go back though.
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Hah i was watching a vid and saw the butter box in this topic

Wide Open Tour: Utah 4 minutes in or so
E; Pretty sure it's the signal crew.
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That butter box is awesome! Someone put a shipload of work into that!
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