Janky: We only got around 2-3" of snow, but because Wild Card was mostly untouched anyway, it was better than the rest of the mountain. The only run comparable in quality, at least on Sunday, is under the Northwest chair.
Bro: That was only my second time on Wild Card, The first was a week or two ago. The hike up, if you don't hike much, is pretty tiring, but for people used to it, it's no big deal. Make sure to bring some water for when you get the the top. There are multiple paths up. Wild Card starts wherever you want it to start.I personally like the path that sticks right until it reaches a plateau, then veers left and goes up more.
The guy in the yellow jacket in the video isn't a friend of mine, my friend who skied with me was barely in the video. It was the other guy's first time. I sort of point with my pole, I was just gesturing towards the exit. On a reasonably clear day, you should be able to see the entrance of Around the World and the top of the hill before Lower Lakeview. Wild Card is a pretty short run, compared to others. About the length of Lower Lakeview, for example. You hit the bottom when there's a CAT Track with a rope fence preventing you form continuing down. Follow the track, and it will let you out on Around the World. When you near the exit, you should see the big yellow Around the World sign, like this.
(It's in the top right corner)
The CAT track should deposit you right after the start of Around the World.