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  1. #351
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    Any further news on this? Sad to hear.

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  2. #352
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skiwurrel View Post
    My buddy is looking for a twin tip setup, just something affordable if anyone has something. 180-185, some rocker, if there's any deals I'm down to check it out. He's getting into skiing, getting better and better.thanks for checking out!
    ask Caucasian Asian. Hes in calgary, skis out of banff, and usually has some skis for sale


  3. #353
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    Had a good time at Fernie and Castle over the weekend. Darn near perfect conditions. Had a few good beers over at the Northern.
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    Fernie (no action photos)
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  4. #354
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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
    I was saddened to see that. We were there and didnít hear about it. Def stayed careful due to conditions and lack of familiarity with mountain.

  5. #355
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    Good to see that castle has good conditions... because they haven't updated their snow report in 10 days so I had no idea.

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  6. #356
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    2019/2020 CANADIAN ROCKIES THREAD

    Quote Originally Posted by Shorty_J View Post
    Good to see that castle has good conditions... because they haven't updated their snow report in 10 days so I had no idea.

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    Friday at Fernie and Sat at Castle were freshies. A little ice drizzle at Fernie and a little warming made Sunday conditions variable -kind of better where snow had been skied a bit.
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  7. #357
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    What a week of skiing in the interior. Met a couple of locals who showed me around KHMR. Love that place, skis like a mini JH, without the crowds and better snow!

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    Glory (T1)

  8. #358
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada29er View Post
    What a week of skiing in the interior. Met a couple of locals who showed me around KHMR. Love that place, skis like a mini JH, without the crowds and better snow!

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    Glory (T1)
    Shhhh.

    Nothing to see here.

    These are not the mountains you're looking for.
    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    the situation strikes me as WAY too much drama at this point

  9. #359
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada29er View Post
    What a week of skiing in the interior. Met a couple of locals who showed me around KHMR. Love that place, skis like a mini JH, without the crowds and better snow!
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  10. #360
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  11. #361
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    Quote Originally Posted by aqua toque View Post
    Hey, thanks for noticing the post.

    Yeah, still getting out to all the zones along that road....still don't know how to ski.

    Fun fact: Current go to touring partner is the kid with the toque in avatar.

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    Nice! If you are looking for someone to tag along on a Sunday Iíd be game. My kids in lessons the next three sundays.


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  12. #362
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    I agree. Canada - it never snows there, and when it does, it sucks.

  13. #363
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada29er View Post
    I agree. Canada - it never snows there, and when it does, it sucks.
    AVE?

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  14. #364
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    Did a trip the oilberta this week, 93south looks like it's been hit pretty hard with moguls showing up on easy access runs

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  15. #365
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    Quote Originally Posted by pano-dude View Post
    93south looks like it's been hit pretty hard with moguls showing up on easy access runs
    Crashidy-our plan is working!

  16. #366
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    And parks is not plowing out some of the parking lots of other areas. Fuckers, guess I'll just put up a couple safety triangles and park on the hiway.

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  17. #367
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    Thats this years snow. Good and bad. Right about now trucks start exploding after weeks of round the clock work. Shortage of equipment and huge snow that may need a loader to bail it = full p lots. Pack a good shovel for a personal alcove. There is good skiing south of vermillion but not far

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  18. #368
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    How is the skiing up in the Rockies in early May typically? Thinking about spending a week up in that neck of the woods around then, but I'm not too familiar with the winter/spring transition in that part of the world.
    Set my compass North, I got Winter in my blood.

  19. #369
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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster View Post
    How is the skiing up in the Rockies in early May typically? Thinking about spending a week up in that neck of the woods around then, but I'm not too familiar with the winter/spring transition in that part of the world.
    ski area or touring?

    SSV closes the end of may, LL early May. Both can be winter/powder morning and sunny slush afternoon

    touring: The N facing stuff, on 93N from lake louise to jasper is just getting good.


  20. #370
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    Quote Originally Posted by grinch View Post
    Thats this years snow. Good and bad. Right about now trucks start exploding after weeks of round the clock work. Shortage of equipment and huge snow that may need a loader to bail it = full p lots. Pack a good shovel for a personal alcove. There is good skiing south of vermillion but not far

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    This is the lot I'm referring too, not going to shovel it as it hasn't been done all season by the looks of it. 4' frozen wall of brown.

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  21. #371
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    Quote Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
    ski area or touring?

    SSV closes the end of may, LL early May. Both can be winter/powder morning and sunny slush afternoon

    touring: The N facing stuff, on 93N from lake louise to jasper is just getting good.
    Hut/Lodge based touring on the western slope of the Rockies. Still mulling it over.
    Set my compass North, I got Winter in my blood.

  22. #372
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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster View Post
    Hut/Lodge based touring on the western slope of the Rockies. Still mulling it over.
    https://hihostels.ca/en/about/hostel...s-seasons-pass

    its on the highway, NOT up on a glacier, but good and cheap way to get to fun day trips.


  23. #373
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    Anyone in the calgary area have a ski shipping box lying around?

    I'm trying to be the intermediary on a sale for another mag and I need to ship the skis but don't have a box myself.

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  24. #374
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    1) try any ski shop in calgary

    2) I do in banff


  25. #375
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    ^^^ good call... got a box at a local shop.

    Thanks for offering yours as well.

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