Western Roadshow — Part I
For this eastern skier, it was a little freaky due to a very reactive 10” soft slab that was firing off small slides seemingly every other turn in the coolie.
And then a few hundred feet below the first photo, the apron went.
But the moving snow was shallow and soft enough that it would be hard pressed to knock a balanced skier down, and we moved through the terrain without incident.
Despite the reactivity of the snow, the turns were sublime.
A big warmup then set in for a few days, and early mornings and tons of great corn skiing ruled the days.
Here is Dan ripping it up in the San Juan Mountains.
I had to get a little RAD too…
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