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Groomers were wind scoured. Mix between deep drifts, packed powder and ice. Spent basically the whole day in the trees. Very good coverage throughout. The Throne was the only glade that seemed a bit thin, which was more to do with the size of the stumps and rocks in that area.

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Best snow was in the trees on South Ridge Roundabout Glade.

 

Pretty f'ing sore last night.  Much better this morning.

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16 minutes ago, Puck it said:

Best snow was in the trees on South Ridge Roundabout Glade.

 

Pretty f'ing sore last night.  Much better this morning.

In my (limited) experience the best snow is always in the South Ridge area.

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2 hours ago, Weatherman said:

In my (limited) experience the best snow is always in the South Ridge area.

Absolutely. The wind just throws it on those southern ridges like it and the Royal Flush side of Canyon.

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