A Week After (6 Jan 2013)
(Last Updated On: January 11, 2013)
It had been a week since the last significant snowfall. Most of our standard “go-to” areas had long been skied out. With a settling, but still sketchy, snowpack, we were forced to be creative in finding safe, yet good, turns. But, we found them in an area off of Kebler Pass.
Frank and I headed out with our friends Rob, Sydney, and Tom. The skin track:
Tight switchbacks were everyone’s favorite 😉
Loving the serenity of the wintry scene, despite not having snow for quite some time.
We took two laps in the same area, but two different lines. Below is a combination of photos from both laps. Tom:
It was a good day out! But, we still need more snow. With a storm in the near forecast, let’s hope that ULLR provides. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow 🙂
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2 thoughts on “A Week After (6 Jan 2013)”
That aspect looks a little cold for you, don’t you think?
Well, not as cold as today I guess. 🙂