Made it up to the 'Ravine on Sunday, 4/21, arriving to bulletproof ice and high winds. The sun was shining but the temps remained low. We had little hope for good corn snow but decided to boot it up Lobster Claw and eventually towards the summit. After about 3 hours of bootpacking we were rewarded with warming temperatures and perfect corn. The East Snowfields were skiing firm but smooth and Right Gully skied about as good as ever. We let Old Glory tag along for the day, which provided some added motivation to go for the big hike. All in all, what started as a non-typical Spring day at Tux turned into one of the better afternoons of skiing ever experienced there.
See the full trip report here: http://yoproswithgopros.com/2013/04/23/an-old-fashioned-american-corn-harvest/