Follow my blog with Bloglovin Let’s try to reverse engineer this. The building blocks include an abundance of low-density snow, a deep snow-pack, cold temps, blue skies, and committed skiers. Oh yeah, and probably the easiest access to quality powder skiing the lower 48 has to offer. Ask any devout powder skier in the USA… Read More »
There you have it. Video embeds and caption snippets for Alta’s Top 10 most popular ski runs according to The Daily Pow (2014). High Boy – Otherwise known as High Rustler, this shot is the crown jewel of runs on any given powder day. Main Chute – Rarely opens but when Ski Patrol drops the… Read More »
Here is a good one from Salomon Freeski TV. It’s about five minutes long, featuring some LCC local shredders who have been Alta pass holders since they were very small children. Fluid, natural, powder skiing…worth a watch.
Be merry, and ask Jah for more snow! From our wee cabin in the Uintas, to your home wherever that may be, enjoy the season.
Let me give you an idea of what we’ve been up to in Little Cottonwood since the last post. BIG GRIN 🙂 This is Johnny B on The Daily POW…and you can tell just how cold it was that day by the silence, and the cold smoke.
It’s been blustery Graupel all day long at our place on the Wasatch Back. Alta is probably already in the thick of it, and this one is going for at least another two or three days. Check out the screen grab of the map below from November 20th 🙂 Anyone remember Thanksgiving 2001 in Alta?