I had the great good fortune of skiing two of the "cathedrals" of American skiing this winter; Alta, UT in January and Mad River Glen, VT in March. These places are so photogenic there's a fun shot around every bend of the trail.
Alta has a great history, some of it remains in a very tangible form:
Somewhere near the Sugarloaf chairlift:
Surveying the terrain in the Catherine's Area:
High Rustler trail where gravity is your friend
This shot of a Mad River Glen sticker on a pole at Piss Pass was prophetic, by serendipity we got a chance to ski MRG later in the year.
MRG's Single Chair is a trip!
Entrance to one of the great glade runs in America:
Laurel Hill Crazie skied straight down this icefall a few seconds later:
Near the MRG summit on a beautiful day in Vermont:
Every day I thank God for the great big beautiful ski world we live in.