Once people were stopping it was over. Nobody had any business being out in that in any vehicle, because there was zero visibility. Even if you could get around capability wise, no way to see the road vs. going off it.
North side of 9, or lower angle stuff?I only had a short time and was with a group that was feeling pretty mellow, but yeah. Found some great snow in the trees, though.
Let's see ... the good snow I encountered was King in Contest, Windows, and Peerless Trees. Pretty much what you'd expect, though I was surprised it wasn't more tracked out, especially King. I mean, plenty of tracks, but also still big, easy to ski piles. Never left 6 chair & E chair.North side of 9, or lower angle stuff?
I went out with limited time so did the t-bar, imperial thing. I might have enjoyed wind slabby CJs, but didn't have the time to wait for a rope drop. Work, ya know.
I took a few stupid spills due to that. It was tough skiing but still had lots of fun with @Noodler I was gassed at the end though. When I just let it fly the Noctas crushed everything but they do NOT like shorter turns when in this stuff. In lighter snow they can pivot and smear quite easily but this stuff was dense and varied greatly by aspect and small changes topography. Below treeline / in the trees it was much better.Loveland was super wind affected in the opposite direction it normally is. Punchy Cream Cheese. Lots of carnage due to tip dives. Tunnel faces and East/West Ropes were realllyyy good though.
Wow, looks like wet concrete and lots of it. Oh, that SUV had snow tires? They cant overcome stupidity I guess
Yep, wet concrete. The SUV with snow tires was trying to go around the fallen tree, and then couldn’t get out of the shoulder. You’d think those “snow” tires would do better .Wow, looks like wet concrete and lots of it. Oh, that SUV had snow tires? They cant overcome stupidity I guess