When the lifts stop is ski season over. Noooo!!! For a lot of us we can ski all the way into late July and August. You just have to work at it a little more. the best part about spring hiking at a resort is no crowd and deep Pow. Montana has been having a killer winter and seems it will not quit. This video is from Yesterday April 5, 2018 at Showdown mountain in the Little Belts. This day was actually the best and deepest we have had all season.Never quit skiing and when it does melt.....grab a mountain bike and ride lifts again!
Professional freeskier Dave Treadway died yesterday after falling into a crevasse while backcountry skiing in Pemberton, British Columbia. The Pique News Magazine reports that the 34-year-old fell 98 feet into a crevasse after a snow bridge collapsed underneath him. Pemberton District Search and Rescue (PSAR) arrived at the scene near Rhododendron Mountain to retrieve him, but Treadway had already succumbed to his injuries. The recovery was extensive and required 14 members of PSAR due to the
Cody Peak has always inspired skiers to push their limits. Easily visible from the top of Jackson Hole's tram, you can see skiers take on relatively-mellow lines like No Shadows and Powder Eights. Perhaps there will even be a couple of attempts on more difficult lines, like the Central Couloir or Pucker Face. Related: Jackson Hole's Historic Season Recap Then, a few times a season, when conditions are perfect, you might spot tracks left over from someone trying a truly boundary-pushing
Yesterday with great sadness, we learned about the untimely death of freeskier Dave Treadway. Beyond his incredible skiing abilities, Treadway was an individual that held a special and vital place within his community, family, and the snow industry as a whole. With the news still setting in, friends and loved ones of Treadway are taking to social media to share moving tributes in honor of the late skier. RELATED: Dave Treadway Dies From Crevasse Fall in Pemberton B.C. Treadway is