This time, it's more of a touring story than super gnarly terrain given the conditions (but some runs were very hard to negotiate and the young lad did, Dad avoided!), but if you are so inclined and have the time, do scroll through and at minute marker 8:15 you will see probably the world's highest meltdown for a kid (9 year old in this case!) on the Wind Lip of Blackcomb Glacier, he was pissed that I asked to stop, because he was flying "out of sight", his old man made him turn around!
All parents on this forum should get a sense of déjà vu there, though at 7300 ft. or higher, not many have had the privilege!
Probably a good way to fall asleep! Your kids might enjoy it especially the world's highest meltdown! (Total length 10 mins but covers a lot of the mountain for first-timers)