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post #1 of 27
Thread Starter 
Alright whose gotten in some turns this year and where
post #2 of 27
Yes, three different days skinning up at Alta. All but the first day were good.
post #3 of 27
Two days at Alta and three days at Brighton. This morning was sweet when they opened up Snake Creek.
post #4 of 27
Booted up one day at Alta.

Skiing Brighton Saturday/Sunday.

Boss just threatened to put LoJack on me so he knows where I am when I start calling in sick with the "White Flu." I told him that I know a doctor at the top of the LCC, and his prescriptions come in white powder form to be taken topically.

Its a very serious illness, not to be taken lightly.
post #5 of 27
Two days at Wolf Creek and 3 at Loveland. Unbelievable conditions at both locations.

Vail's opening this weekend should be EPIC!!!!!!
post #6 of 27
1 day at Killington ~ 55 deg. with nasty bumps & slush. Nice to get some early season turns in, tho!
post #7 of 27
2 short days at Keystone!
post #8 of 27
another one for Killington....about 10 days ago.

Almost suffocated when i got too close to a snowgun [img]smile.gif[/img]

Turns nonetheless.
post #9 of 27
I got a few runs at Cape Kiwanda this July. The first one I barely had any speed straightlining it, but the second two I got some good turns in. I would say I got about 500 vertical that day. I also ruined a set of bindings
post #10 of 27
Two days hiking Alta, and one on Brighton's chairs. I've noticed I ski alot smoother when I don't have to hike for two hours.
post #11 of 27
Two days hiking Alta in october and one day at Brighton. Looks like park city this weekend.
post #12 of 27
Thread Starter 
i've been to killington twice, day after opening and a week after that. Opening weekend was great, it was October and we were making turns! Nothing better then that! Last weekend went to Jiminy peak for opening day, conditions were great until the sun came up and made everything slushy. But for that 2 hour period it was fantastic
post #13 of 27
Two lovely, stormy days at Mt Rose, NV. one day on skis the next on a board. Beautiful both days. More of the same this weekend but I may try out my Sugar Bowl pass instead of Mt. Rose.
post #14 of 27
Two days at Tyrol Basin WI.
post #15 of 27
2 days at Killington. One two weeks ago when it was winter, one this past weekend when it was spring. Both great.
post #16 of 27
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Originally posted by ISkiMeadows:
I got a few runs at Cape Kiwanda this July. The first one I barely had any speed straightlining it, but the second two I got some good turns in. I would say I got about 500 vertical that day. I also ruined a set of bindings
Sand skiing!!! Oh yeah! Or were you skiing the hard stuff? I stopped doing that 20 years ago. T-Line is open, or so I heard. I think I'll wait for Meadows and/or Ski Bowl to open.

Mark
post #17 of 27
Nothing yet. Heading up to Hoodoo on Sat. to hike for some turns. Skiable right now- if that changes it's up to Timberline.
post #18 of 27
Seven days at Mammoth.
post #19 of 27
1 day at Killington, no more until seven springs opens, hopefully soon, possibility of up to a foot of snow on Sunday! Got my fingers crossed! [img]graemlins/evilgrin.gif[/img]
post #20 of 27
2 days at Timberline a couple of weekends ago. Not bad for last year's snow. Palmer corned up nicely and spent a few hours in the mini park with all the snowboarders working the quarter pipe.
post #21 of 27
Loveland 10 days

[ November 18, 2002, 02:49 PM: Message edited by: TigerKatze69 ]
post #22 of 27
Three Days at Mammoth and counting....
post #23 of 27
Two days in Colorado.
post #24 of 27
2 days at Kaprun
4 days at Sölden
Going for another 3 days at Kaprun this weekend.
DB
post #25 of 27
Currently on the phone with my Bitch, and she was skiing last week in Tignes. The conditions were great.

S
post #26 of 27
1 day in Kirkwood (opening day.)
more to come!
post #27 of 27
Kirkwood 11/18-19. Great early season spring like conditions. On trail, some bare spots and obstacles exist, but most are marked. Take rock skis if you head towards the Drain. Cliff chute excellent. Chairs 1, 11, 5, and 6 operating. $35 lift ticket, few customers.
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