Sure. I skied 7S for the first time in late March. It was after a thaw and freeze and there was not enough snow to groom the Gunnar and the slopes around it. Ice washboards skiing was an experience. I was impressed with the way my Fischer's held an edge, but I should have worn a mouth guard.
In the late morning the sun came out and softened up the snow, and it ended up being a nice day.
Being poor, I appreciate that the 7S ski patrol comps passes for other patrollers.
Originally Posted by Laurel Hill Crazie
Let me know when you're coming over. I'd like to meet up and ski too. Perhaps I can talk you both into skiing Laurel. I have a good feeling about next season. If the State frees up some cash we could see Laurel with 100% snow making. That should make for an interesting day. There are parts of that hill I haven't skied for 2 decades for lack of natural. Of course the best that Laurel has to offer still requires about a 3 foot base of natural.