I am going to the Powder Highway area next week and a half and seeing snow/rain in the forecasts. Is this normal?. Should
i seek out the highest elevation,,cancel the trip?!..my powder dreams are turning into crust nightmares....I am flexible,
can ski the PNW or Montana if it looks better..Flying into Spokane and renting a small SUV..PS traveling with my woman who is not a skier so want to take a day off here and there for a museum etc.We love local history.
I am a good skier. like steeps, but don't like tight trees, like them spaced FAR apart (I am thinking Northstar).
anyplace i should avoid? Revelstoke might not be good for me. (seems BC is all about tree skiing too) But dont want to get stuck on groomers. Or maybe i will just learn to ski trees better.
The itenerary at the moment is: Red mountain, Whitewater, Revelstoke, Kicking Horse, Lake Louise(maybe), Panorama(maybe)
Fernie, Castle. Pretty much a day at ea resort, if i find something i like stay 2 days. Probably take every third/fourth
day off to travel, rest, site see. Fernie, Castle, Kicking Horse, lake louise, are the places i am guessing will like most.
Maybe I should can the whole left side tree resorts?( Red. Whitewater, Revel)
Should we book rooms in advance?..I am thinking to float but have something lined up for the weekends