|Originally posted by cumerritt:
Where was your most memorable day in the deep? How big was the cliff you dropped? How deep was the snow? How many fresh tracks did you lay?
18" of fresh at Loveland midwinter 2000. Ride the chair, take any line down. Only concern is missing trees. [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img] Still snowing, so there are about 400 of us on the entire mountain. Had fresh tracks all day. So exhausted that I couldn't push the clutch without my leg shaking. And got to share it with two great friends!
Those same two friends drove up with me last spring for what turned out to be the "Storm of the Century".
: We drove the pass just before they closed it [img]tongue.gif[/img] and got into Breck late. Next morning, reported 18" at Breck (2' at A!). Yo-yoed the T most of the day, picking lines in Horseshoe and the entire treed area north of the T. Snowed in by a closed I-70, we "had to" ski again on Wednesday. Again reporting 18", but we found pockets of 3' in the trees off the T. Dropped a 10' mini-cliff without seeing it and thought the landing was going to tear out my arms! More fun than a human should be allowed to have, I think.
I can't wait to do it again!!!