I fixed it for you.
This thread always delivers
Yeah yeah… Go ahead and run with that claim.
I spent enough time on the Least to know I’m not missing much.
Trees out here…..so good, so good.
"Generally the further you get from NYC in any direction, the better it gets"
Hey, a lot of us learned how to ski and/or race there...Hunter, Whiteface, Gore, Belleayre, Stowe, Killington, etc. We simply now live in a place where wider skis tire the legs less. And yes, a lot of people near Lake Tahoe is now happy to be able to put the rock skis and carvers away. We have 100 communities in the state that are literally running out of water, and this snow is sorely needed. Six feet or more out of this series of storms gives us more than we received in all of 2013. Another one may hit mid-week.
Then you would benefit from a LOT more experience.
Where's this? Skied Crotched yesterday, expecting, after a good ten inches, no ice -- expectation dashed in the first ten seconds of the first run.
Not that it wasn't an ok evening, otherwise.
funny you are calling someone out with out posting video of yourself ever skiing.
you could not hang at stowe, and you know it. The icey, the thin cover the tight line would eat you alive.
The thing is I do not think the east coast is better, but I do think it produces much better and more competent all around skier, at least at resort with natural run options. I also think people who hate on the east should get a life and go skiing or something and honestly probably are not a good enough skier to truly enjoy skiing here. Before posting on the web video of someone anyone skiing would prove me wrong but they will not post it because I am 100 percent right.
I have skied more day at snowbird than just about anyone on this board.......maybe Bob Peters has more than me, and Stowe,smuggs,MRG,Jay Peak and the Backcountry around here are more challenging if you want them to be. Even stuff like Nirvana, North Baldly Comp Lines, Tower 3 chutes, the forbideen zone, and elevator shaft are easier techinically to ski than say Goat, let alone the the toughest conceivable tree line I can imagine and I am not that imaginative...
Even Corbets at jackson while way intimidating is Way easier to ski than the front 4, and requires less skill. I have skied corbets 3 times on the same day, including actually jumping into and not riding the goat path.