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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-30-2012, 09:06 PM
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All I have to say is skip Red Mtn and hit White Water instead. Red was very lack luster last year and White never disappoints. Smaller lines ups, and I mean on a weekend like 2 min wait at tops. Great terrain, best food at a hill period and epic powder.
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I'd watch the snow reports and hopefully just follow the powder (unless there is none)... If I heard you left powder at Revy to slide down some ice at Lake Louise I'd track you down and bitch slap you myself.
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If you are intermediate you should hit up Big White for sure. Great snow, great facility....only downfall is it gets socked in quite often and thus often referred to as "Big White Out". Has some of the nicest powder I have ever experienced....not like the heavy stuff we get on the coast i.e.. Whistler
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All I have to say is skip Red Mtn and hit White Water instead. Red was very lack luster last year and White never disappoints. Smaller lines ups, and I mean on a weekend like 2 min wait at tops. Great terrain, best food at a hill period and epic powder.
Sounds like exactly what we are looking for... Nice one, thanks!
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If you are intermediate you should hit up Big White for sure. Great snow, great facility....only downfall is it gets socked in quite often and thus often referred to as "Big White Out". Has some of the nicest powder I have ever experienced....not like the heavy stuff we get on the coast i.e.. Whistler
I had always heard these awesome stories of Big White, when I finally went there, it sucked.

Total disappointment, I thought it was flat as fuck. I don't how these people came up with these stories of grandeur. After 2 months @ whistler, I'd drive right by this one.

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I would try & squeak Mt.Baker in there somewhere.

If whatever doesn't kill you, only makes you stronger.

Then I am so close to immortality
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