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  1. #1526
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    Well, I was optimistic we might see that open this season. No longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    Well, I was optimistic we might see that open this season. No longer.
    Pretty sure i heard that the one patroller at Snowbird that had any interest in getting this terrain open is long gone. Notice we had a year or 2 (maybe going back 5 years now) where it was opened pretty regularly, then all the sudden, not open anymore....that terrain requires both resorts to work together. Maybe you can snag it when snowbird goes to peruvian as backcountry (also hasnt happened in a few years).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    Chris is still open (as of december?) but in an odd location off 900s, usually in the shop ~10-4/5p from what i remember so may just swing through?
    I went there a couple months ago, OC moved out. Not sure where to, might be done-done.

  4. #1529
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Pretty sure i heard that the one patroller at Snowbird that had any interest in getting this terrain open is long gone. Notice we had a year or 2 (maybe going back 5 years now) where it was opened pretty regularly, then all the sudden, not open anymore....that terrain requires both resorts to work together. Maybe you can snag it when snowbird goes to peruvian as backcountry (also hasnt happened in a few years).
    Said patroller works for Alta now and frequents the forum.
    There was a big slide there back in 2011 (?) which resulted in a large lawsuit. Good luck. Guess you just gotta wait until it's socked in and poach it. Oh, wait...

  5. #1530
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    I went there a couple months ago, OC moved out. Not sure where to, might be done-done.
    I went there in mid jan for footbed work and he was still around. He did a great job.

    You can try calling but itís just him and his wife running the show and they were crazy booked as of a month ago (consistently referring people to his former employee now at 2nd tracks). When I was there he told me itís better stop by in person to make an appt if you have time, or just wait a week and they will get back to you.

    Heís still off 900 by some roofing supply. Itís on google maps now, info below

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  6. #1531
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    Quote Originally Posted by tBatt View Post
    Said patroller works for Alta now and frequents the forum.
    and poach it. Oh, wait...
    ...waiting...

  7. #1532
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    Quote Originally Posted by tBatt View Post
    Said patroller works for Alta now and frequents the forum.
    There was a big slide there back in 2011 (?) which resulted in a large lawsuit. Good luck. Guess you just gotta wait until it's socked in and poach it. Oh, wait...
    Telefree? Interesting. Had always heard it was the bird troller that was the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    Telefree? Interesting. Had always heard it was the bird troller that was the problem
    Kinda sucks to be part of a problem. Never intended to be. Always pictured myself being part of a solution. Ah well, youth, innocence, reality, and all.

    Looking forward to a bunch of mags down here in a week and a half.

    Dibs, how'd you pick the best year in a decade to host a BBI?
    You one of them soothsayers or sumthin?
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  9. #1534
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    Damn I've been gone from this place a long time. WTF does BBI stand for? Bummer about comma. Loved the runs I got there back when they were open.
    I'm so hardcore, I'm gnarcore.

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    Jeeeesus it gets deep an all of a sudden everyone is here. Doesnít matter if itís midweek or not.

    Had a few delectable S facing runs before noon yesterday. Went for an afternoon W facing run and we had slow moving, soft, wet sluffs and I got a sunburn.


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  11. #1536
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post
    Kinda sucks to be part of a problem. Never intended to be. Always pictured myself being part of a solution. Ah well, youth, innocence, reality, and all.

    Looking forward to a bunch of mags down here in a week and a half.

    Dibs, how'd you pick the best year in a decade to host a BBI?
    You one of them soothsayers or sumthin?
    I think I had to leave the satch in one of the least best
    hit alpy and montucky
    and be properly safety space invadedly vetted by the baker bob

    and bbi is
    like the old days of powder maggots summits and minis
    where the members of the community
    get to gather irmfl
    and celebrate that which brought you here to begin with
    so if you came here to be an anonoumous cunt from your pc
    just stay home and carry on
    yo nate1
    them og marshalolsen skis got done while I was in bc by a fine young bum whose learning the art of ski luvs
    they came out awesome
    I still think they need demo tech binders and become the new tgr traveling touring skis
    because not all the goods are lift accessed
    lemme know what you want to do with them
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  12. #1537
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post
    Kinda sucks to be part of a problem. Never intended to be. Always pictured myself being part of a solution. Ah well, youth, innocence, reality, and all.

    Looking forward to a bunch of mags down here in a week and a half.

    Dibs, how'd you pick the best year in a decade to host a BBI?
    You one of them soothsayers or sumthin?
    Well I wasnt saying that you were the problem, i had just heard it was the bird side that was less interested in opening that terrain. I never tried getting it from the snowbird side. Is it possible without dipping into Alta first?

    Heck im glad I got to ski it those couple years. Fun line, but you best know exactly where you're going.

    Thanks for all the hard work Tele...
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  13. #1538
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    Quote Originally Posted by telefreewasatch View Post
    Looking forward to a bunch of mags down here in a week and a half.

    Dibs, how'd you pick the best year in a decade to host a BBI?
    You one of them soothsayers or sumthin?
    i’ll take the blame, i just had a hunch.
    .

  14. #1539
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trefin View Post
    I went there in mid jan for footbed work and he was still around. He did a great job.

    You can try calling but itís just him and his wife running the show and they were crazy booked as of a month ago (consistently referring people to his former employee now at 2nd tracks). When I was there he told me itís better stop by in person to make an appt if you have time, or just wait a week and they will get back to you.

    Heís still off 900 by some roofing supply. Itís on google maps now, info below

    Inkline Foot Science
    922 500 W Unit D, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
    (801) 520-4061


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    Weird, I went there and couldnít find him. Thought I found Unit D and there was some other logo on the door. Iíll try again, thanks.

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    Skidog thought you were gonna be out in the satch a bunch even though you moved away. When you coming to visit?

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    MONGO HATES ZONE 5 is what the sticker says...

    skidog your memory works about as well as your clinometer. was open just one season, 8 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Star View Post
    MONGO HATES ZONE 5 is what the sticker says...

    skidog your memory works about as well as your clinometer. was open just one season, 8 years ago.
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    getting a little windy, but still skiing really well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtran10 View Post
    Skidog thought you were gonna be out in the satch a bunch even though you moved away. When you coming to visit?
    Im trying man....work stuff and life seems to be getting in the way...kinda sucks right now....wish i had made a different decision...family is important though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Star View Post
    MONGO HATES ZONE 5 is what the sticker says...

    skidog your memory works about as well as your clinometer. was open just one season, 8 years ago.
    thought it was more than one...huh? Seemed like 2 years in a row....also didnt seem like 8 years ago...time flies by when you live in the wasatch i guess. either way I skied it a handful of times.
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    ^^^^
    It was open one season and pine day. The one day it opened the next year a snowboarder was hurt in a small slide just beyond the keyhole rope line.


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    Quote Originally Posted by altacoup View Post
    ^^^^
    It was open one season and pine day. The one day it opened the next year a snowboarder was hurt in a small slide just beyond the keyhole rope line.


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    hmm yeah maybe im confusing that one day with "open that season" and just never noticed it got closed again after an incident. I never said i had a photographic memory lol. its all good...shame it doesnt get opened fun terrain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    hmm yeah maybe im confusing that one day with "open that season" and just never noticed it got closed again after an incident. I never said i had a photographic memory lol. its all good...shame it doesnt get opened fun terrain.

    If you did have a photographic memory what angle would it be at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    If you did have a photographic memory what angle would it be at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phall View Post
    If you did have a photographic memory what angle would it be at?
    55 degrees

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