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  1. #18026
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    Cold blower pow in mid-April 🤩

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    Not bad off the sides either
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    And the Bec is back in condition...
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    The face they used for the comp looks even better
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    Allgäu today...not BC
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    And off we go..

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    8 am and no one in line in Engelberg?
    Only the gnarnicorn....
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  6. #18031
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    PSA
    Be Ready to take Tuesday Wednesday off!

    There ain't no party like an April powder party cause the April powder party don't stop!

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  7. #18032
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    Fridays outing

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    Snow for the Euros.

    A bit sketchy at the top!
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    And then relax in the Bec des Rosses central couloir


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  9. #18034
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    And when you need a break from hiking...







    Borrowed the Insta360 of a mate and it’s a doddle to use. Impressed!

  10. #18035
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    Fuck yeah Bobinch, way to get after it!
    Cold front rolled in ~1 hour ago and it started raining right on schedule here. Just have to wait to see if the predicted percip levels are also spot on this evening, somehow managed to get tomorrow off again!

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    Knowledge is Powder

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    Quote Originally Posted by McDee View Post
    Fuck yeah Bobinch, way to get after it!
    Cold front rolled in ~1 hour ago and it started raining right on schedule here. Just have to wait to see if the predicted percip levels are also spot on this evening, somehow managed to get tomorrow off again!
    Haha last week of lifts here. Reports of 30cm of fresh up high. Calendar cleared and tomorrow and Wednesday booked off. Thank God my boss is a skier 🤣

  13. #18038
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    I fuckin can’t stand this thread!

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    Knowledge is Powder

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    Harvesting the dust on crust on a B52 / Firebowl backside Mont Fort variant. Spoons out for a final season outing. Perfect for those steep no fall zone sideslips 🤩
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    gnarnicorns still going strong
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  19. #18044
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    yeah!
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    >>>200 cm Black Bamboo Sidewalled DPS Lotus 120 : Best Skis Ever <<<

  20. #18045
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    Anyone have intel on seasonal rentals/shares for next winter? Moving from Colorado to Amsterdam and trying to figure out how I'm going to have a decent ski season. Not even sure where to look. Thanks!
    Everybody's gotta have parkas. I'm talking custom parkas. Two words: "client development." They see all of you out there cutting the powder in your matching Schweikart & Cokely parkas, you'll make an impression. You will thank me later.

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    since you have to drive 5-6hours minimum, just follow the snow and dont get an appartement. It really doesnt matter whether it's 6 or 8 hours to the goods. Those 2h more can vastly imporve your ski season if we get a southern winter. Day tickets and bed and breakfasts are not as expensive as in A$pen. Edit: If you drive late or early, the German Autobahn can get you to the alps faster, so never choose to drive through Belgium/France just be sure to make sure your cruising speed is at about 180kph. Otherwise you have to be on the right lane

    And be sure to ski at least one day in the Sauerland! It was full of dutch weekend skiers shredding the 150m vertical when i was a kid.
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  22. #18047
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    Quote Originally Posted by HellgateBasement View Post
    Anyone have intel on seasonal rentals/shares for next winter? Moving from Colorado to Amsterdam and trying to figure out how I'm going to have a decent ski season. Not even sure where to look. Thanks!
    What subtle said, just follow the snow. Driving distances to the french alps is 1-2 hrs longer than swiss or austrian alps. I'd just go with the flow esp as i think for most people living in the u.s. that's not much of a drive?

    Tuesday was 20cm on absolute granite. Looked like winter again though

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  23. #18048
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    if you move to amsterdam for a year.... think about renting a houseboat to live on.....!!!! if you don't have kids with you.... (risk of drowning in the canal) this should be the best amsterdam experience you can get : )

    the area around westerkerk/anne frank house is the most beautiful... i am 100% sure this is also the most expensive area....

    today NE still tits

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    no need to drive so far... amsterdam has excellent skiing right in town.

    https://www.ski-inn.nl






    and some bigger mountains just outside of town. right on a bus stop, which is nice.







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    fact.

  25. #18050
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    Ha thanks for the beta on skiing in the lowlands. This is probably a stupid question, but what about stashing a car with skis in it in Zurich or something and taking $100 flights from AMS?
    Everybody's gotta have parkas. I'm talking custom parkas. Two words: "client development." They see all of you out there cutting the powder in your matching Schweikart & Cokely parkas, you'll make an impression. You will thank me later.

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