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Thursday, 15 February 2007

Broke Back Mountain Snow Report

Brokeback Mountain received 12 inches last night, opening up plenty of brown runs on the backside.

Plenty of places to sink your poles both on the virgin shutes and bowls on the back side, or all over the face.

Two man lifts are running, but for those having trouble with getting on a lift, rope pulls are available.

The back side is well-groomed and hard packed because no one likes an ungroomed backside.

Most beginners have been going straight over to Mount Peter, where as the experts have been heading over to Mount Chuck.

Exposed logs can be seen everywhere around the mountain.

Remember, Free Tube Rides for the kids.

Brokeback Mountain Run Report:

Kirk's Wood: Hard in the morning, Soft and Spring-Like in the Afternoon
Jack's Son's Hole: Not Open
Philuride: Had a big dump in the morning, backside closed because of avalanche danger.
Brian's Head: Mostly manmade, full coverage on the face
Son's Valley: Off Limits
Crested Butt: Hard Packed
Big Horn: 18-24 Inches
No Beaver Mountain: Full Coverage 100% Manmade
Shitzmark: Longest Brown Run In The World
Cockran: Mostly natural, with patches of manmade
The Unmentionables: Not Worth Mentioning

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