Zilch on the coast
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Zilch on the coast
Wow Loon looks alright for before thanksgiving. How do you think it will be this weekend ?
I wonder where the new landing will be
Boston - St Louis cup would be the best in over a decade.
Heard from a local ski patroller he WAS on trail and went into the side woods. Very sad, vibes to his family and friends.
Aviators on after 40 degrees.
How was the entrance to UGK? Was glare ice when I skied it after the recent storm. The bottom 2/3rds and the Poma Line/woods were fantastic though.
Yes, keep it down. F
Usually the boyfriend. If I'm by myself, the local. Or I use a Dakine bag with a diagonal carry feature.
I've never seen anyone do the hobo. I can't imagine it would work well with composite...
My season has improved to a B thanks to a great day at Pico two weeks ago and my trip to Lake Tahoe. Tomorrow may bump it to B+
Did you get to ski under the Topridge? Awesome lines.
Awesome! Heading to Pico Sunday with my buddy who mono skis due to their adaptive program. We didn't get all that much skiing it at Sugarloaf together, so this storm came at the perfect time.
Yeah Gore discounts are hard to come by. I have 6 Bogos but they can only be used Thursday. I have the Empire Card, definitely takes the edge off. The terrain and conditions usually warrant the...
Bought for the bottle, the beer is very good.
Gore. I took work off for my trip to Tahoe and therefore can't take off Thurs/Friday. I'm hoping to be able to find leftovers.
Icing in Albany, I hear Saratoga (north) is getting pounded with snow. Gore and Whiteface could be incredible.
The Loaf, Jay, Kirkwood and Heavenly.
Speaking of, the East Coast is well represented in Nevada!
Was happy to see the lower right corner.
Kirkwood and Heavenly, CA
I have a trip report from this past Sunday (3/2). It skied quite well. You should have a great time. Watch the entrance to Upper Giant Killer though!
One more looking down UGK
We left Albany at 6:30 and arrived to Pico around 8:20. Love this place, mellow and rarely crowded.
Weather was about 24 degrees in the morning and dropped to about 16 throughout the day, but...
Looks more like the Tug Hill to me.
Destroying a cabin in the middle of the woods where people are known to ski and hike seems stupid. It's shelter if anyone were to get stuck overnight.
I'm heading there Sunday, 3/2. Was wondering how conditions are after the refreeze.