Post a picture of what YOU consider perfect skiing conditions. Try to illustrate the snow conditions, the weather, the pitch, and width of the trail (if applicable).
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9/11/08 at 2:54pm
The perfect conditions would be waist deep, light blower powder over a 300" bottomless soft pack with good stability. The snow would have fallen at 12 degrees, with no wind loading. The sun comes out and I'm standing at the top of a 55 degree pitch that's 2500' down, in a wide open bowl with nice little tight chutes dropping into, giving way lower down to a nice gladed tree area. At the bottom of the run is a nekkid hottie in a hot tub holding a cold beer and a pepperoni, bacon and sausage pizza with artichoke hearts.
Is that what you had in mind?