The (Other) Sugar Slalom

By:  Greg
April 5, 2011

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One last elven hardwood tried to snag us, and then…
one last elven tree

FINALLY! The slalom of krumholz opened up and revealed an open path in which this merry band of sugary internet skiers could finally descend freely.
finally free to descend
finally free to descend

The going was good as we broke free of the dastardly stunted twisted trees, and were finally able to enjoy this sugar slalom.
the going was good when we broke free of the krumholz

Christian took off as fast as he could. Either he was trying to win this little sugar slalom, or he was scared straight from the ordeal he had just survived.
Christian escapes quickly

I’m not sure if we’ll ever return after this terrifying sugar slalom.
will we ever return to this terrifying sugar slalom?

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  1. Adrian
    wrote on April 5th, 2011 at 10:46 am  

    Great shots as always, dude.
    Man sunday was such a great day! Doesn’t get much better up there than that.

  2. bill
    wrote on April 5th, 2011 at 6:44 pm  

    nice stuff dudes and KC wish i was there

  3. powhounddd
    wrote on April 5th, 2011 at 8:57 pm  

    better than a great day at work. Rather be eaten by elf trees. Way to get the surf!

  4. savant skis
    wrote on April 7th, 2011 at 12:00 pm  

    looks like some sweetness up there fellas….heading to tucks this weekend if weather holds – would love some company but don’t see any reason to come over with snow like that….B

  5. Skimtwashington
    wrote on April 9th, 2011 at 3:37 pm  

    This is New England backcountry at it’s best..uh..worst…uh..well… oh, it’s hard but rewarding! Definitely a classic premier photo or two.

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