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What were your best runs of the season?

Tonyr

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@Tonyr Do you work from home/the phone or just get a lot of vacation time. You definitely got some great days in this season.
Yes, I work primarly remote. Unless it is a weekend I'm able to get out about 2 hours a day on a weekday when we are away.
 

LoafSkier19

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Skiing Corbet’s on the first tram in over a foot of powder definitely wins the best run for me.

Runner up would be the Lone Star Chute at Castle Mtn. Real fun run with a consistent steep pitch over a 2000+ vertical ft run.

After that pretty much every run I got off the summits at Kicking Horse this year.
 

2Planker

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Skiing Corbet’s on the first tram in over a foot of powder definitely wins the best run for me.

Runner up would be the Lone Star Chute at Castle Mtn. Real fun run with a consistent steep pitch over a 2000+ vertical ft run.

After that pretty much every run I got off the summits at Kicking Horse this year.
Mmmmm. Kicking Horse. Great warm up for Chatter Creek
Not this year. But best all time ski vacation for sure. https://chattercreek.ca/
 

LoafSkier19

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Mmmmm. Kicking Horse. Great warm up for Chatter Creek
Not this year. But best all time ski vacation for sure. https://chattercreek.ca/
That looks incredible and right up my alley. Just tough to justify the cost of a three day cat skiing adventure being more than my total cost for a 10 day trip to Alberta/BC and 6 days in Jackson combined.
 
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