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Old-timers, Time to skiing off-piste? - Page 4

Poll Results: What season did you first ski off-piste and enjoy it.

 
  • 46% (13)
    First year skiing
  • 10% (3)
    Second hyear skiing
  • 7% (2)
    3rd
  • 3% (1)
    4th
  • 32% (9)
    5th
28 Total Votes  
post #91 of 95
Thread Starter 

Of course, there is the experience many of us has had being at the top of the mountain in a snow storm, and having no idea what is on-piste and what is off, and not being able to tell until you get further down, and even then the on-piste conditions mimic off-piste conditions.  Just because some situations are grey does not mean there is no difference between white and black.

post #92 of 95
Or you could be at the top of a mountain you climbed up knowing its all off piste and that you'd better hang loose and wait for a break in the weather. smile.gif
post #93 of 95
Thread Starter 

^^^ Or it could be the next peak over, and you skied down the back side of the one with the lift conserving a lot of speed so you only had to climb half way up. :).

post #94 of 95
Bashed= Someone has driven Pistebasher ( generic name for Pistenbully,Kassbohrer etc) over it.
post #95 of 95
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Originally Posted by Tog View Post

What you're talking about is ungroomed groomers.

Which is the same thing as unshaved shavers.

A beard is a beard.
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