Originally Posted by SnoWonder
Since I will be in Whistler next week, I checked the long range forecast. So far the indications are for a dry spell. If it stays dry for the next 12 days, how do you think the snow quality will hold up? We'll make the best of it - whatever w at the e get.
We dont expect snow this week but we dont know one week from now
This is Whistler you just never know what the pacific ocean is going to bring you....
I only ride or ski powder so when it get's dry I have a lot of tree lines specialy if the snow is good to the bottom that not a lot of people know about (they are out of bound) but between mark runs so you cant get lost... When you know the mountain well there is still fresh lines even a fews days after a dump. I also hike around the backcountry and enjoy the huge territory that Whistler Blackcomb as to offer... since you are already at the top of the mountain the hiking brings you what you put in and that is where the best snow is...
Have you ever tried Backcountry Skiing ?