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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by mtbdemon, Dec 6, 2010.
Strange winter here in Central Oregon but last friday was super fun for about 4 hours - then it got too warm. :huh
From what I hear, Northern Washington is where it's at this year!
We're heading to Whistler at the end of this month.
We're hoping for tomorrow
Dream come true - east wind fired up this morning about 4 :am and blew snow up and out of the bowl and like a drifting pow dune down into NWE - meant to be back in shop before noon but . . . tracks were filling in each run but it was sunny
Hey look - there's one guy on the lift ahead!
Check the nature snow machine blowing
Way to represent!
Same to you!
2 days of creamy Mt Bachelor -
Great to ski with you Hood River friends!
^^^^ Man! That was one of the best days skiing all year. Thanks to you and Troy for showing us around the mountain.
One of the best days evaaar!
This is what I call, bragging.
No doubt! Flying is as fun as the skiing!
So, I'm thinking about making the trek to Bend to ski this weekend. I haven't skied on Bachelor for a VERY long time since I;m a season pass holder at Meadows.
What are the "don't miss" runs that I should take in? Thanks!
It's been a weird season and hard to make recommendations without knowing the conditions. Saturday the back side off the summit was really fun after about 12:30 but Friday it never really creamed up. Unless it snows, all the groomers are in good shape.
Thanks! as a side note, your hot link doesn't work in your signature....
Oh geez thanks, I haven't checked the link in a few days.
Also remember it will be the end of spring break. Just sayin'
It looks like a storm is going to roll in this week. No telling what the weekend might hold. This is my first year at Mt Bachelor but I have been loving getting to know it. I not sure what you like to ski. For me an ideal day when everything aligns. I like a couple off Cows face area on the summit in the morning. It takes some effort to avoid the mess at Sunrise especially on the weekend. If I am feeling good and the snow is good then work my way over to northwest/outback for the rest of the day either by skiing out the backside or hiking for a run down the cirque.
Storm days Olympic/Old skyliner area for fun mellow trees with less weather to deal with. Rainbow offers similar fun areas but with a slow lift and it is not all that steep.
One of those perfect days a few weeks ago in an undisclosed location.
My favorite Spring run is Atkinson's Zoooom. Bring goggles.
Tomorrow should be great!