Last year there was an exceptional winter snowpak throughout southern Utah. They were getting pounded with storm after storm while we all drooled over their fortunes up north in the Wasatch. This is a killer piece documenting some incredibly rare, desert spine skiing in Southern Utah. Great story, great footage, great music. Nice work Provo… Read More »
Met up with Jesse and Johnny for skiing and lunch on opening day. The skiing was surprisingly good, although it was difficult to get to the good skiing. Just had to turn yourself into a bag of feathers in a few places on the high T is all. Although the light wasn’t good, here are… Read More »
I’ve paid the price two times in two days on high boy. It’s been good exploring on low snowpak. That’s important at Alta. When the powder comes you can take all you want, but always be willing to pay the price when there’s none.
Official word just came down via Alta.com. Lifts will be running Wednesday morning, so gear up hippies! With the nice 10” weekend storm and the good snowmaking weather we will be ready to open this Wednesday at 9:15. We will open with our Collins detachable quad, offering top (10,400′) to bottom (8,530′) intermediate and expert… Read More »
Powderhound (Jesse) posted to AltaCam about opening day recently, and the season is definitely closing in on us. With a good snowpak start in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Alta announced that opening day for the 2009-10 ski season will be November 20th. That’s on a Friday, so sneak out of work and come up and say… Read More »
Avalanche Skier POV Helmet Cam Burial & Rescue in Haines, Alaska Jesse posted a link to this video on the AltaCam skiing forum recently, and I just had a chance to watch. It’s about 8 and a half minutes long. With the avalanche occurring in view at skier’s right around 1 minute 17 seconds in.… Read More »