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  1. #1876
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    Meadows had a significant jump next years pass price, an extra 100 smackers, $713 for the full meal deal

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    Great day at Bachy with my kids today. They loved the views and once the snow softened up, they were happy campers. 9 year old finally pooped out at 3pm and was falling asleep on the chair.
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  3. #1878
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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    Meadows had a significant jump next years pass price, an extra 100 smackers, $713 for the full meal deal
    Oof, my kid was 319 last season [pricing per two prior consecutive season passes minus some points for resort purchases]
    this next season: 449 [same age group etc]

    sahale pass is paying off atm
    it’s gonna be a shocker when i get back to annual passes

  4. #1879
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    I'm so pissed I missed the Sahale deal. It went on sale just before my ACL surgery, so I waited until after surgery to buy one and they were sold out...
    I also saw that Meadows mentions the "all access" upgrades will be limited

  5. #1880
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Drove to the end of a road and found some skiing for a few days. Somehow the keg survived the sled ride in and hauled it back empty. All time conditions but still couldn’t ski it all... will be back.

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    That right there is some seriously cool shit
    How's the wife's knee?
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  6. #1881
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    Extraordinary tft.
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  7. #1882
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    Good shit t. That looks like the perfect combo of spring weather, good snowpack, and primo terrain. Such a unique corner of the pnw!

  8. #1883
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    That right there is some seriously cool shit
    How's the wife's knee?
    Fast Progress! Started walking without crutches or brace last week, and on the stationary bike with low resistance. Excellent ROM. Back on the road bike in a few weeks and optimistically targeting easy mtb riding early summer.

  9. #1884
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    Stationary bike was the key to my wife's recovery from knee replacement. It was a god send. That you are planning to do biking is a really good idea as long as you don't push to hard in the beginning.

  10. #1885
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Fast Progress! Started walking without crutches or brace last week, and on the stationary bike with low resistance. Excellent ROM. Back on the road bike in a few weeks and optimistically targeting easy mtb riding early summer.
    Very cool
    Bring her down to our neck of the woods this summer for some easy MTB riding on the Peterson Ridge trail system. Then she can watch you launch the Carson Storch-built jump lines at our local bike park
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  11. #1886
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Fast Progress! Started walking without crutches or brace last week, and on the stationary bike with low resistance. Excellent ROM. Back on the road bike in a few weeks and optimistically targeting easy mtb riding early summer.
    Nice! Stretching was good for me, and lots of walking.
    My surgeon didn't even recommend a brace when starting up physical activities again. All depends on the amount of damage and mine was just the ACL

  12. #1887
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    looks dreamy tft

  13. #1888
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Very cool
    Bring her down to our neck of the woods this summer for some easy MTB riding on the Peterson Ridge trail system. Then she can watch you launch the Carson Storch-built jump lines at our local bike park
    I think I’ll drink some beer and watch others do that too...

  14. #1889
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    Beautiful corn at meadows. The hike is worth it. 'Trollers getting funky. Watch out for rockfall on yonder ridgeClick image for larger version. 

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  15. #1890
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    ^^^ yeah man!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by river59 View Post
    Beautiful corn at meadows. ... Watch out for rockfall on yonder ridge!
    Yeah, Sunday was great. Back tomorrow.

    And the rockfall off the Clark ridge seems pretty insane this year. In the past, you'd occasionally find a few skippers coming down. Usually small, mostly sliding. This year, I was first-hand within 40' of a soccer ball sized rock bouncing pretty fast down the face - just east of the waterfall. And that day there were rocks everywhere! A few days ago, nearly as many, again.

    Any idea why rockfall is worse than I've seen it before?
    (Have I just missed all the bad rockfall days in the past?)

  17. #1892
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    Apologies if this is a jong move hijacking this thread but anyone recommend a long day tour in the bend area? I live down in Ashland and haven’t been up to bend much, thinking broken top or three fingered Jack. May or may not have access to a friend with a sled. Would just ski bachelor corn but I’m cheap


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  18. #1893
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    You can hike Bachelor all day long on the designated routes, for free. Or hike out to Moon Mountain or BT. Best bet for that though is a friend with a sled.
    Let me lock in the system at Warp 2
    Push it on into systematic overdrive
    You know what to do

  19. #1894
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    MHM today - sun managed to stay out to play
    Wind crusted to start the day
    softened up and became quite fun
    heather was rough & hard after lunch — we missed the cycle
    2bowl was super fun ripping looong turns

  20. #1895
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermontfreeride View Post
    Apologies if this is a jong move hijacking this thread but anyone recommend a long day tour in the bend area? I live down in Ashland and haven’t been up to bend much, thinking broken top or three fingered Jack. May or may not have access to a friend with a sled. Would just ski bachelor corn but I’m cheap


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    Depending on when you're coming, if we're into true corn cycle then either broken top or three finger J would be great tour options (you mentioned "long day tour"). I love those types of tours here in spring, particularly with fish-scaled skis for the rolling terrain, but fine with skins, too.

  21. #1896
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    Anyone go up yesterday? T-line skied REAL good. Got he new J118's out. Loving the shit out of them.
    Training for Alpental

  22. #1897
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    Meadows pass purchased. I'm coming home boys.
    Training for Alpental

  23. #1898
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sessiøn View Post
    Anyone go up yesterday? T-line skied REAL good. Got he new J118's out. Loving the shit out of them.
    T-line skied great this afternoon. I even ventured into the jumps and had fun getting some air. Felt good and didn’t yardsale or injure myself, so I consider it a win.

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  24. #1899
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    You can’t get hurt skiing unless you fall.”
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  25. #1900
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    It’s not the fall that hurts. It’s the rapid deceleration at the end.
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