Originally Posted by GoldMember
That Saturday was epic! Did you get the 8:00 opening times? No people, untracked....epic. I had 10 runs in by 10 to 10 that day then headed to the back and hit Big Timber where I not only didn't cross any tracks, I didn't even see any tracks. Wound up with 44,000 vert in 31 runs. Sunday was awesome, also. We had 6 runs on the front then went off the top of the triple for a couple back country runs in the sun, outside the gate. Not another skier in sight other than the three of us. The down side was having to set our own skin track but once in, it was easy peasy. All in all, a great closing weekend.
Right now at 61 days with another couple probably coming with hiking. There's still 139" of snow at the Snotel station. Lots of spring skiing left!
Nah, I got a late start and didn't arrive until 10:30ish, but I stayed until last chair. I thought about skating over to the Big Timber/Siberia area, but North Bowl from just left of Misfortune (Shot 8, 9? ...not sure) all the way down the divide to Toomey's was just so awesome I couldn't be bothered to take the time to venture any further afield. The most fun was Shoot the Moon, straight through the trees, cross Vagabond, drop into the glades skier's right of Vagabond and cruise those low-angle glades to the cat-track that leads out of Glade-I-Ator....repeat. Lot o' fresh lines!
Hung around the Triple the next day. Had to leave early to get someone at the Spokane airport.
It wasn't the deepest day, the nicest day, or the clearest day, but Wow, I do believe it was the funnest day of the season! ...and hardly any people! I wish I knew you were there...we could have met up for a run or 2. Hell, we probably crossed paths unknowingly. Maybe next season.