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  1. #876
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    Quote Originally Posted by t.odd View Post
    pretty variable up there today, some pretty good, some marginal, some less good...usually all within a few dozen turns of each other
    From 10am under the solar coaster

    Then yday in the place of free wifi where nobody should go because there's no micro forecast tailored for your special flower needs

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  2. #877
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    Free. Rather not ship so pickup from Alpine. BD sidecountry vest. Given but never used. No avalung in itClick image for larger version. 

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    Power flurries Click image for larger version. 

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  4. #879
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    These visuals are useless without a micro-forecast!

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    yesterday was pretty incredible. couple cm of new snow so i was planning on a groomer/park day. i guess they severely underreported or wind filled things in, cause it was pretty deep in places! riding on to peak chair for a solid 2 hrs before the clouds broke for an hour and the crowds descended. wait times then went up to 5 min before it got socked in again and crowds disappeared. got to creekside at 10am and i think i got 15 peak chair laps. some really impressive sends off air jordan and the billy goat line lookers left of it whatever that's called. been a decade since i last hit the waterfall and the show almost made me want to do it again, before i remembered how old i am and how pissed off my wife would be if i tweaked myself which would be the likely outcome

  7. #882
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    Quote Originally Posted by raypruit View Post
    ...and the billy goat line lookers left of it whatever that's called.
    Idiot's way, I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by teamdirt View Post
    These visuals are useless without a micro-forecast!
    Details are in a MIN. To encourage independent thought no link is provided.

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  9. #884
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    Locals day out in the Spearhead

    -Powalicious-

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  10. #885
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    I noticed that the hours of operation was 3pm until the end of the season. The runs are empty and no lineups if all the lifts are running. It feels like the end of the season already. Today might be different with 9cm.
    If you have a problem & think that someone else is going to solve it for you then you have two problems.

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    Saw on instagram no line-ups in village at 8:20am, seems weird but good. March likely less busy with city traffic as weather warms up and people do other stuff.

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    one of the better 10cm mornings I've had today, don't think the alpine lifts turned on whistler as it was windy af. Not really busy at all, maybe 5min at Red. Pretty bummed about the keeping 3pm closing, have been trying to hit afternoons on the weekends once kid goes down for nap, had hoped to start eeking out the later alpine closures, hard to get more than a couple by the time I get up...thanks, Vail.
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  13. #888
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    No crowds. Just pow

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    Quote Originally Posted by t.odd View Post
    one of the better 10cm mornings I've had today, don't think the alpine lifts turned on whistler as it was windy af. Not really busy at all, maybe 5min at Red. Pretty bummed about the keeping 3pm closing, have been trying to hit afternoons on the weekends once kid goes down for nap, had hoped to start eeking out the later alpine closures, hard to get more than a couple by the time I get up...thanks, Vail.
    Whistler popped.
    Harmony ran for 45 min initially before the wind shut it back down. I got in a couple then hit the T-Bar for a stroll up to the peak.
    Got a glory lap from the top before they opened Peak at 1( and Harmony again) Really deep in the Cirque. Stephens/West Bowl laps. Crossed my own track at 230 bottom of West Bowl w no one around.
    Killer day.

    Itís nice to stand alone top of Shale Slope and look down at the chair w peeps waiting-usually get it once a season.

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    nice!

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    https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/chel...kiing-whistler

    I would have thought that with the intelligentsia here, we'd have seen some advance photos and a few closeups without having to squint at the hive.

    Nice moguls. Both flags. Bum wiggling. What's not to like!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Farcisimus View Post
    Whistler popped.
    Harmony ran for 45 min initially before the wind shut it back down. I got in a couple then hit the T-Bar for a stroll up to the peak.
    Got a glory lap from the top before they opened Peak at 1( and Harmony again) Really deep in the Cirque. Stephens/West Bowl laps. Crossed my own track at 230 bottom of West Bowl w no one around.
    Killer day.

    It’s nice to stand alone top of Shale Slope and look down at the chair w peeps waiting-usually get it once a season.

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    That is awesome.

  18. #893
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    Quote Originally Posted by gramboh View Post
    Saw on instagram no line-ups in village at 8:20am, seems weird but good. March likely less busy with city traffic as weather warms up and people do other stuff.
    . On Wednesday I walked onto Creekside at 8:15, wife went out at 10:30 and it was over the bridge. Admittedly this was after no snow over night, but it was a bluebird morning so maybe people are starting to burnout on the lined up by 7:00 thing, at least if it isn’t a big powder day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puregravity View Post
    https://dailyhive.com/vancouver/chel...kiing-whistler

    I would have thought that with the intelligentsia here, we'd have seen some advance photos and a few closeups without having to squint at the hive.

    Nice moguls. Both flags. Bum wiggling. What's not to like!
    Its an annual attention grabber for her but its all good. And if she would stick to telling jokes and showing her tits I could be a fan but like most of them she got the idea somewhere that her opinions are important. I just hope Kathy Griffin doesn't see this as a way to get some attention for herself. Scary

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    I would try that myself but I'm afraid of hurting my penis by dragging it along the snow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus Farcisimus View Post
    Whistler popped.
    Harmony ran for 45 min initially before the wind shut it back down. I got in a couple then hit the T-Bar for a stroll up to the peak.
    Got a glory lap from the top before they opened Peak at 1( and Harmony again) Really deep in the Cirque. Stephens/West Bowl laps. Crossed my own track at 230 bottom of West Bowl w no one around.
    Killer day.

    Itís nice to stand alone top of Shale Slope and look down at the chair w peeps waiting-usually get it once a season.

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    Oh man this is what winning looks like

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    Yesterday right after the peak opened somebody else blew up at the bottom of the moraine by Peak.

    Again today.

    Before the chair popped today some snow had been moved by a groomer to make a better transition Patrol even took pics prior to opening-expecting another?

    After my first lap this person demoed themselves, 7-9 Patrol on scene(6 yesterday).

    Afterwards they put up 4 more bamboo extending the rope line 5-7m. Canít help but think if they did this yesterday this guy wouldnít be in such rough shape.

    I canít count how many times Iíve seen carnage in that same spot

    Hopefully no one suffers the same fate

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    Great bluebird Peak laps otherwise






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    not sure I'm following what happened...did someone just come in way to hot and compress/explode in the transition?

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    Martock skied just fine!Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeLau View Post
    Martock skied just fine!Click image for larger version. 

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    Strawberry Jinx is looking filled in!

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