Sawtooth Mountain Guides has a little program that they run on Saturdays named the "Chute Club". If you want some steep skiing in the backcountry with guides that have a great knowledge of the area, this is a fun way to get the goods. For not much more than what you pay at a destination resort, you get to ski some great lines in the Idaho backcountry.
This trip was made on March 22nd, and here in Boise spring has definitely arrived. Golf courses are green, the youth soccer leagues are in full swing and trees are blooming. BUT a couple hours north of here along the famed Idaho 21, it is still very much WINTER!
The skiing was in some chutes that are off the beaten path in the Cape Horn area. There wasn't another human anywhere within sight of our group, these lines were untracked, and in fact we didn't see another track the entire day. Here is the video TR of our adventure. This was shot with two GoPros and a Reel cam. I had them mounted on the helmet, chest and a little experiment for me - directly on my ski pole. This provides several different views, including some 3rd person footage.