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  1. #3926
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    Dumping at the Really Big Resort right now. About 5 inches so far and coming down hard.
    "Zee damn fat skis are ruining zee piste !" -Oscar Schevlin

    "Hike up your skirt and grow a dick you fucking crybaby" -what Bunion said to Harry at the top of The Headwaters

  2. #3927
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    Soaked and stoked! That was a heck of a morning at Bridger while it lasted.

  3. #3928
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    Big Sky was fun too, heavy pow and lots of fresh turns till about noon when things started getting pretty manky. Had fresh snow 3 out of the 4 days we were there for spring break, sure coulda been a lot worse all things considered. Plus I finally did get to ski the Snowfield with my thirteen year old. She REALLY wanted to do that so it was a nice way to cap off her season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    Plus I finally did get to ski the Snowfield with my thirteen year old. She REALLY wanted to do that so it was a nice way to cap off her season.
    Imagine Thumbs Up emoticon here....

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    Hey Red Lodge folks how's this storm playing out over there? Thinking of heading back to east rosebud tomorrow...

  6. #3931
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    Does anyone in Big Sky know if there is still snow at the North Fork TH?

  7. #3932
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    Early-bird discount on Big Sky season passes ends April 4.

    http://bigskyresort.com/the-mountain...106w2pegjiz5fm

  8. #3933
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    Had a couple nice days out recently. Nothing too rad just out for a rip in some hero pow of the fourth boot buckle variety with the homies.









    Ski free or die, bitches!



    Lets call it...God's Pool Table.











    Back to another familiar haunt. We found the wind, but some hero pow too, approximately 4th boot buckle variety.









    It's out there.

    "The skis just popped me up out of the snow and I went screaming down the hill on a high better than any heroin junkie." She Ra

  9. #3934
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    Tried to ski Chamonix Couloir last weekend, but found some weird wind slabby snow about 2/3 of the way up and skied down. Tried again yesterday, opting to skin up and around to the top via the Snow Lake drainage. Got to the top of Cham this time and the east winds had done a number on the upper part of the line. Entrance was super wind loaded, did a couple ski cuts and was getting lots of stuff to fracture. At that point hiked back out of the line and skied down the drainage we came up. Still skied great snow from the top of the plateau all the way back to the hiking trail, making for a neat 5k descent.

    Definitely looking forward to skiing in the Beartooths a lot this spring, things are fat in there!

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  10. #3935
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    That's awesome to see, thanks for the report Ted. Yeah I didn't like the looks of the wind affect yesterday and decided not to tempt the upper elevation starting zones with big fresh cross loaded pillows hangin' out up there. Looks like some people kicked a few off elsewhere so not regretting that choice one bit. There will be some good days coming up though.
    "The skis just popped me up out of the snow and I went screaming down the hill on a high better than any heroin junkie." She Ra

  11. #3936
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    Looking great, gents.
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  12. #3937
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    wow!
    nice Tone and Ted26 !!!

  13. #3938
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    How was that East Rosebud approach Ted? Did you top out on Froze to Death plateau?

  14. #3939
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    Cool stuff Tone and Ted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetzen View Post
    How was that East Rosebud approach Ted? Did you top out on Froze to Death plateau?
    That storm on Saturday along the Beartooth Front dropped a shit ton of snow down low. We skinned from the trailhead all the way to the top of the plateau, skied all the way down to the trail and then skinned back to the car. It was already melting out along the trail though so I'd imagine that snow won't hang around long

  16. #3941
    Nice photos, worthy goals and excellent decision making.

    On another note. RIP Marc.

    You will be missed my friend.

  17. #3942
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    Big Sky was fun too, heavy pow and lots of fresh turns till about noon when things started getting pretty manky. Had fresh snow 3 out of the 4 days we were there for spring break, sure coulda been a lot worse all things considered. Plus I finally did get to ski the Snowfield with my thirteen year old. She REALLY wanted to do that so it was a nice way to cap off her season.
    Quote Originally Posted by bunion View Post
    Imagine Thumbs Up emoticon here....
    I'll second that!! Atta girl!!
    Gravity. It's the law.

  18. #3943
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aenigma View Post
    Does anyone in Big Sky know if there is still snow at the North Fork TH?
    Photo at 5pm Monday
    "Zee damn fat skis are ruining zee piste !" -Oscar Schevlin

    "Hike up your skirt and grow a dick you fucking crybaby" -what Bunion said to Harry at the top of The Headwaters

  19. #3944
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    I think I'll mosey that way next week.
    If the shocker don't rock her, then Dr. Spock her. Dad.

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    Windy morning on the Sphinx today.




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    Nice! Been up there in autumn, never on skis... looked like it'd make a killer tour. How was the skiing? Did you tag the Helmet, too? Where's the snow line?
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  22. #3947
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    Hell yeah, that's cool man. Appears that whatever happened to your knee earlier this season has healed up pretty well.

  23. #3948
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    Snow line was probably around 8000', that south facing approach drainage doesn't have any snow in it right now. Coverage was fine off the summit and in the west gully. Knees getting closer, mcl still bugs me a little but at this point I think I just have to build my confidence back up so I can ski hard again

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    Headed to the Big for the week any maggots going to be around?
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  25. #3950
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    Is there any good ski touring around Bridger? Anyone keen to go?

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