Avalanche City

It was above 40 degrees today at Snowbird which meant cement-wet snow. It was such a tiring day, not to mention scary at times. I headed to the Gad 2 chair as quickly as possible to get some fresh tracks in some good tree runs. There was no one there at 9! That was perfect!

Gad 2 Fresh Tracks
I told you. No one was here yet!

After a few runs I headed to the Cirque Traverse (where all of the nice and steep runs are) and was soon watching a slab about 4-5 inches deep and 10 feet wide form around me and start sliding down the mountain. I got to the side of it as quickly as I could and watched it tumble down the hill. Oops! Later, I triggered a baby one on a different spot on the mountain in Peruvian Gulch. That was about enough of the steep runs for me for the day. Especially considering I was boarding alone. Talking to people on the lifts, I wasn’t the only one starting mini-avalanches today. The snow was heavy!

The rest of the day was hard work, but uneventful. It was beautiful up there today; although, I could do without the 40 degree weather.

Peruvian Chair

Very few tracks from the Baldy Chair in Mineral Basin
Very few tracks from the Baldy Chair in Mineral Basin

Snowbird View

Kissing Tram

Here are my stats from today. Click for more details and a map
Here are my stats from today. Click for more details
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  • Zaggner

    Cool Riley! What are you using for your blogging software? I really like the design!

    • Self-installed WordPress. I just found the design in the repositories and liked it, so I decided to use it. I designed Kiana’s myself, but I was too lazy to do that for mine

  • Michelle

    Sounds like an exciting day! Cool blog!