Superbowl is a great American Sports institution. For skiers, it means less crowded slopes! This year was no exception, starting with our day at Tamarack. As you may know, Tamarack was closed for a season but the homeowners took up the cause to get it reopened. It was my first time there and we had some really good fun, including a little powder time. Here's what game-day looked like for us:
Monday morning was an early start with temperature readings of -8 when we left Tamarack on our way to Bogus Basin, just outside of Boise. In light of the lack of snow this year, conditions were really good. And who can argue with Bluebird? Here's our Monday:
Following our ski day at Bogus, we had a four and a half hour drive to Pocatello on our way to Pebble Creek. Pebble has to be one of my favorite Idaho stops. It's a steep hill with excellent back and side country options. This year, there really wasn't enough snow to take advantage of some of the boundary options but we still had a great time. Blue skies and cold smoke arcing turns is fun, too! This is yesterday at Pebble Creek:
Today we go to Kelly Canyon, followed by Grand Targhee and our cat day at Targhee. Our final chapter will be posted up on Saturday. If you made it this far, thanks for watching!