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So its always kinda cool to see where people are from and to see where they ski at. I got this idea from another skiing site and wanted to start one on here. Anyways ill start. Here is my home mountain, all 300 vertical ft of it.... Man i really need to move to somewhere with real mountains. frown.gif

 

 

 

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I always ski off piste and make my own trails so I had to make my own map for my home mountain.  We only have one main lift and the best runs are hike to at the upper mountain.  Lots of vertical.

 

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LOL!   

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Originally Posted by core2 View Post

I always ski off piste and make my own trails so I had to make my own map for my home mountain.  We only have one main lift and the best runs are hike to at the upper mountain.  Lots of vertical.

 

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16 minutes away.

 

 


Edited by sibhusky - 9/28/12 at 10:37am
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I guess we'll start small and work our way up from there:

 

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here is a map of my last ski trip. :)   ALASKA,  thanks again to soulskier who directed me to this area. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I'm not sure if you can make out much detail, but...

 

 


Edited by Xela - 9/28/12 at 11:25am
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70 minutes from the house. Can't beat it- Winter Park.

 

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Stowe Mountain Resort, Vermont

 

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(click on image to see full size)

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Silver Mountain, ID

 

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Sugar Bowl, CA.

 

 

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Mt. Crescent, Iowa

 

I made the map for them about 5 years ago with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

 

 

 

 

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2012mainmap.jpg

 

Static Trail Map

Castle and Fernie2012chutes.jpg

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http://www.crd.de/pics/pdfs/thecanyonstrailpdf-1-1.pdf 

 

Click on the link for a higher res image.


Edited by quant2325 - 9/28/12 at 12:10pm
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Not my home hill, but it's what we stare at across the valley while on the chairlift. 

 

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Trail Map

 

5 min away....what i find funny is that this was under the "Resort" link on their website...really? a resort?

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Gore Mountain, NY

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Stevens Pass, WA - 80 minutes from my door to the parking lot

 

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map.mill.valley.jpg

Edited by SkiingCoug - 9/28/12 at 2:33pm
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Stevens Pass, WA,  about 1 1/2 hour drive.

 

 

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My home away from home - Crystal Mountain, WA - 2 hour drive

 

Crystal_TrailMap_2011-12.jpg

 

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Mount Baker:

 

 

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Taos...not a bad place to call home

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NICE TRAILS MAPS EVERYONE.  Heres my area in the Bitteroots.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S

post #26 of 156

Oops. Big mt. is Redoubt in Alaska.  Others are on the North side of Idaho.

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Lake Louise is my main mountain. 

 

Front Side - West Bowl (If Conditions OK)

 

Larch Area - Elevator Shaft and possibly Purple bowl, Out of bounds. 

 

Pretty much the entire Back side, love North Cornice and the bowl behind the boomerang bowl but it requires a long skin back up or a really long LEFT turn back down to the front side.

 

I like big mountains with many aspects, always good snow.   I do spend a lot of time Out of Bounds when the snow is good, cause i love powder and i don't have carving ski's anymore.

 

 

 

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Massanutten in northern Virginia, 1100 vertical on 75 acres, 100% snowmaking.  See those two black runs with their own lift?  Never a line, even on holiday weekends.  That's why we go there, even better that they are lit at night.

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Bogus Basin.

 

The good news: 35 minutes from my house in Boise. $179 season pass, includes night skiing

The bad news: The drive is only 17 miles but very winding. My daughter has to take dramamine. Not a long season. Open for Christmas week most years but last year the season didn't start until mid January.

 

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Map?  I don't need no stinkin' map!!! ... 

 

If you can see it, you can ski it:

 

 

...but here's one anyway:

 

JF

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