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  1. #451
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ID:	315906 Seeing as we had some firm conditions went for an Aussie-Slalok earlier this week.
    Spotted a solo guy going across Matier Glacier, couldn’t make out if it was a dog or a sled behind him for a while. Turns out he had his dog w him, waited at the bottom while he/she skied Spetch. That dogs seen more rad terrain than most this season!



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    4 Diamond bowls and 1 Bushrat with 35k total vert for the day. Not a bad Saturday at all! Thank God for blackout dates. Yeehaw!

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    I like the notes on the wall, feels like home.
    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    Does anyone know of any good breakfast places? My go-to used to be Wild Wood in Crystal, but they've shut down. Many of the other places don't open till 8:00, which seems awfully late to me when lifts open at 8:30. Other than coffee shops about the only place I've found that opens earlier is the restaurant in Nita Lake Lodge.

  6. #456
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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Does anyone know of any good breakfast places? My go-to used to be Wild Wood in Crystal, but they've shut down. Many of the other places don't open till 8:00, which seems awfully late to me when lifts open at 8:30. Other than coffee shops about the only place I've found that opens earlier is the restaurant in Nita Lake Lodge.
    portabello under the Fairmont in Blackcomb is great value and food

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    Whistler Blackcomb staff respond to petition comments


    I have a tendency to think that these 'you're wrong, we're right' videos that get put out in reply to public protests are basically just excuses.

    The Pique article on the reply is here:
    https://www.piquenewsmagazine.com/wh...t?oid=15043172

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    What a shitshow.
    [KURTZ] Hinterstoisser, you heavy bastard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scblurlt View Post
    portabello under the Fairmont in Blackcomb is great value and food
    Oh yeah, that's not a bad call. I've eaten there before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Does anyone know of any good breakfast places? My go-to used to be Wild Wood in Crystal, but they've shut down. Many of the other places don't open till 8:00, which seems awfully late to me when lifts open at 8:30. Other than coffee shops about the only place I've found that opens earlier is the restaurant in Nita Lake Lodge.
    Sit down breakfast before 8am is tough in Whistler. Most offerings before 8am are counter style or "coffee shops"
    Creekside - Southside Dinner 7am, Dustys Backside 7am.
    Upper Village - Portobello 7am, Wizard Grill 7am
    Village - Gone Bakery 7am, Blacks Pub 7am, Grill and Vine (in the Westin) 7am, Cinimon Bear (in the Hilton) 7am, BG Urban Cafe 7am.
    7:15 Fresh Tracks breakfast on the mountain....

  10. #460
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    Thanks for the list!

    I heard the Blackcomb gondola was down for an hour plus this morning. WTF is going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Thanks for the list!

    I heard the Blackcomb gondola was down for an hour plus this morning. WTF is going on?
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    Just out of the village, alpine café is great and riverside café is pretty good (I'd give the edge to alpine). Both open pretty early I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin267 View Post
    Just out of the village, alpine café is great and riverside café is pretty good (I'd give the edge to alpine). Both open pretty early I think.
    Thanks. Looks like Alpine opens at 6:30, so that would be a good choice.

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    [KURTZ] Hinterstoisser, you heavy bastard.
    [HINTERSTOISSER] You need to do more push-ups, Kurtz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    Thanks for the list!

    I heard the Blackcomb gondola was down for an hour plus this morning. WTF is going on?
    Fuckin brutal
    Was meeting a friend for a Spearhead Traverse and we didn’t get skinning till 1015 cause he got stuck at the bottom. Nothing like knowing ya have to chase daylight and your friend is on the FUCKIN MAGIC CHAIR!
    Did get to that fancy new hut for 430 but as we weren’t vegans we ate in the vestibule before heading down.
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    Up the Duffey last few days to avoid the insanity. Beautiful cold and sunny days. North faces skiing very well.

    Lots of peeps this weekend skiing some zones I’ve never seen tracked. Like fully exposed hanging snow fields. Looks like they all lived. Anyway nice to have some sun and alpine access. Click image for larger version. 

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    great few days off.
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    Damn.... that all looks delicious.

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    How good were you ... when you were 6?

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    Whistler 2019 - 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by nortonwhis View Post
    great few days off.
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    Niiiice.

    I opted for poor mans sled today, aka heli drop. I won’t release aka doom this line as I want this beauty to remain as my virgin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nortonwhis View Post
    great few days off.
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    nice!

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    Nice little trip up north in the resort all things considered. Met some crowds, no new, but damn the snow held up all week and was just starting to melt freeze today.

    I was able to tick off a bunch of the steep inbounds stuff I’ve been shut out of on trips past and my oldest flossed the Saudan cooly before the age I did. Still have one more day to clear two lines lookers left of the saddle. Yeeew!

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    That was a great high pressure. stayed cold, light winds, first time i've seen low/low/low all year. Fingers crossed for a snow cycle then repeat in the near future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by klauss View Post
    Nice little trip up north in the resort all things considered. Met some crowds, no new, but damn the snow held up all week and was just starting to melt freeze today.

    I was able to tick off a bunch of the steep inbounds stuff I’ve been shut out of on trips past and my oldest flossed the Saudan cooly before the age I did. Still have one more day to clear two lines lookers left of the saddle. Yeeew!

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    Nice to see Portland peeps getting after it.
    I was there the last week of January and Sudan was in much better conditions then ;-)
    I am going to be at W/B again the first week of March ...hoping for some repeat bluebird days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nortonwhis View Post
    That was a great high pressure. stayed cold, light winds, first time i've seen low/low/low all year. Fingers crossed for a snow cycle then repeat in the near future!
    got an offer of a day out on the tantalus with heli drop off and pick up a week next Sunday , never skied there only ever admired it from the highway view point , now the snow pack settled down will this be good , looks like a little fresh this weekend then back to high pressure , looking for somewhere new to get away at a weekend , love the Duffy options but this does look spectacular , any thoughts appreciated

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