Originally Posted by Finndog
Jake, thanks for the June Stoke! Nice job. I really like the route guide. A couple of details
1- how long/far was the hike?
2- How was the snow? How deep was the pack? Looked like coverage was pretty decent. Not too much brown snow.
1) When the tram is open, it's only a 30m or so hike (depending on how well the boot holds stay in), but the last time I did it (with Carston) we hiked from the access road (base of snowbird) and that took a few hours (~3400 vertical feet)
2) There was quite a bit of snow up high during those days, at least 100" base and it was holding really well. The rainstorms that rolled in this week hurt it terrible (hence Snowbird's early closure)
Originally Posted by reducedfatoreo
Nice! Loved the track, too. What's your editing software of choice? The route guide overlay is really, really good for these helmet cam rides. Good stuff!
I use final cut to edit the videos, but the route overlay I created using Illustrator/Photoshop and imported the pictures into the video
Glad you guys dugg it :)