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post #1 of 6
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So I lost a ski over at vail pass today and was wondering what the protocol would be if someone found it? I plan on going back next week with a metal detector. Thanks for the advice!

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Originally Posted by lonewolf210 View Post

So I lost a ski over at vail pass today and was wondering what the protocol would be if someone found it? I plan on going back next week with a metal detector. Thanks for the advice!


If you're (sort of) lucky and someone finds it, they may put up a note at the pass and on local bulletin boards at likely stores and shops and maybe web sites like Craigslist, TGR and/or TelemarkTips.  

 

But I'm curious about the backstory.  How will someone find it if you need a metal detector?  

post #3 of 6
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Dropped a a rock and crashed on the landing. Looked for over an hour in the immediate area and didn't find. Possible ti was only a few inches under and ran down the hill so someone may encounter it and I was just looking in the wrong  place. SNow shoes adn a metal detector will greatly expedite the searching process  

post #4 of 6

Well, that sucks.  Good luck.

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So between my schedule and the crazy avalanche conditions I haven't been able to make it out to look for my ski. The 2-4' of snow we will have gotten by the time I can go look again is making it less likely that I will find my ski even with a metal detector.

 

Does anyone know if there is a place where you can buy single skis? My other pair of free ride skis  had one of them snap in half last weekend and I know need to either replace that ski or find anew pair. It has not been a good two weeks for my skis...

post #6 of 6

Try here.

 

http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/showthread.php/17381-Half-a-Pair-Thread-it-s-back?highlight=single+ski

 

Maybe the mfgr can sell you one. I was offered one from Dynafit at 1/2 the retail price.

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