Tony Crocker wrote:I'm not sure the manmade groomers are any different in Utah than here
Tony Crocker wrote:Nice to see Backside opening. Presumably that will help snow stability when LCC's normal weather returns.
mrgskier wrote:You better leave some for us snow-starved eastern skiers! No ski today for me....and tomorrow it will be hiking and skiing the fast grass at MRG. Great pix today....thanks for sharing!
Skidog wrote:Oh well looks like I picked the wrong weekend to switch up Saturdays and Sundays lol. It'll snow eventually.
See you all in the morning.
admin wrote:Really? Presumably you had to get through one of these to get to them:
Tony Crocker wrote:admin wrote:Really? Presumably you had to get through one of these to get to them:
Presumably you read the reason for that lineup: the inaugural of a new high speed quad built this summer. That was the only line more than ~10 people the 2 days I was skiing. Christmas will be a different story, but don't expect Alta to be deserted then either considering the dire conditions on the other side of the Wasatch. This Christmas looks to be a VERY close analogy to my 1986-87 stay at the Alta Peruvian.
Evren wrote:Leave it to Admin et al. to find untracked snow at this juncture. Didn't think it was possible.
Marc_C wrote:It took no special skill other than noting that the rope was dropped. Even the electronic signs advertised that lower Backside was open.
Evren wrote:They were at Alta at the right time while we were sucking our respective thumbs.
Evren wrote:Were you skiing powder, then? No pictures, so I'll assume it did not happen
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