All real skiers do it. Chances are you've got a place in your mind that you can relate to.
Looking up at the low lying hills in the summer time, only to dream of what it would be like for them to be snow covered. The Okanagan center, most known for it's warm summer temperatures and wine, also features rolling grass covered hills and loosely spaced pines.
Then this happened.
With 65cm of new snow in a little over a day, the opportunity came.
With freezing levels expected to rise to 10 000ft the following day, the window to ski below 2000ft was narrow. I took advantage and skied the slope in the pic above. It had been 80 years since a snowfall like this came to the Okanagan, so perhaps this run truly was a once in a life time. Enjoy some crappy POV.