Originally Posted by Andrew R
What's good and what's bad about it?
Best bump run?
Best place to stay?
Best instructor for a private lesson?
Thanks in advance.
My favorites are anything off the Great Divide chair unless vis is low or overcast. Tin Can Alley off Wawa chair unless closed for racing......hit the trees to the right on a powder day is my little secret stash. Sunshine Coast for fast cruising on Goat's Eye.
Delirium for powder and The Shoulder (tough to get too.....via rocky Teepee Town). Also Wawa Bowl if you catch it early enough.
Best bumps can sometimes be Star Trek off Wawa, left side of Divide going up for long knee wear outs and various sizes of bumps, and the gulley above the TeePee chair.
Best Bar.....only one.
Best Place - we never stay in Banff anymore. They are ripping up main street right now and I don't know when it is supposed to be finished - you may want to check. We stay at Mystic Springs in Canmore as they take dogs.....and ankle biters.
Way better snow than Lake Louise.....nothing man made. Short drive.
The thing that really bugs me about Lake Louise is a ton of people funneling down narrow runs. Everytime I go I get pissed off that my kids almost get taken out by some idiot.
I found these tips soooooooo true:http://www.skibanff.com/conditions/local_tips.php
PM me when you come and we'll see if we can give you a tour
It's dumping tonight BTW .....not bad for Oct 2nd.