Well, finally winter showed up. After an week of epic snow and wind (about 7 feet fell, most of it classic Cascade Cement, with some rain on top), we got a nice 6-8 inch layer on top of moderate density snow. It wasn't the best snow I have ever seen (that would have been last Monday the 16th; it was 11 degrees at the base), but decent enough, aside from the lurking snow snakes! Best part was: the mountain was basically open on all of the back side (first time we have had enough snow) and better yet, I could see! Sunny days are rare this time of year. If you were wondering, I was skiing 4 different pairs of skis for this; Kastle BMX98, Head Rock n' Roll, Head Peak 90, Blizzard Bonafide. Video was shot for an upcoming ski review, but I figured it was worth posting. Most of the turns were short to medium radius, as the fairly heavy snow and flat nature of Bachelor means you get stuck or severely slow down if you spend too much time out of the fall line. Plus, in that chunky snow, it is nice to turn somewhat where you want. My apologies for the length of this and the fact it is unedited; this is just the bulk footage.