Lift tickets at Wolf Creek are 46 Dollars.Today snow was $1.00 per inch
Two 20+ inch (50.8 cm) days on top of a 70 inch base made for bottomless fun last weekend at
It is hard to put days like this in words. It is a physical challenge fueled by adrenaline in single digit temperatures. A powder frenzy where lunch is scarfed down on the lift, water bottles are sucked dry and the legs and knees are sore on the car ride home. It was sweet and deep!
I rode with my pack filled with avalanche gear, snow shoes, lunch, water, a GPS, extra clothes and gloves. This mountain is known for its backcountry type terrain. Some of the best lines are a short walk or skin. Recounting the snow conditions made for hours of laughs and reminiscing
Note worthy: We capped off day one with a tasty dinner. Mike (aka; Puffley) cooked up roasted chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, and steamed broccoli. We enjoyed it with a tasty white wine by fire light. Needless to say we crashed early in a post ski-day food comma! Slept like a mountain.
Note worthy: On ski day two the
This weekend will be hard to top!