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Has anyone here got any relevant knowledge about the ski area far up in Beautiful British Columbia? I've not been able to determine whether the place is still operating and understand that it had been a place that holds some snow. Also Ski smithers or the couple of other local hills out there seem to be interesting places to wander off to. I'm picturing Powder Springs, << North..>>, type of affair although a tad bigger. Be there I might want to schedule sometime.. eventually. v.varmit
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Has anyone here got any relevant knowledge about the ski area far up in Beautiful British Columbia? I've not been able to determine whether the place is still operating and understand that it had been a place that holds some snow. Also Ski smithers or the couple of other local hills out there seem to be interesting places to wander off to. I'm picturing Powder Springs, << North..>>, type of affair although a tad bigger. Be there I might want to schedule sometime.. eventually. v.varmit
The only Snow King I know of is in Jackson WY. It has the steepest average pitch of any ski area in America, or so I've been told.
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powder king

I'm suffering here and hope I still can salvage this. and the place you mentioned Is one I didn't quite fit into my itinerary some time ago so thanks for the course correction.
If you late nighters ^^^^Can ^^^^bring /\/\Powder King./\/\/\ anything into this thread I'd wake up and have to thank you all. later eric
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