So day 2 of Deep Winter was not the best shooting conditions but still a good day. In the morning the Whistler Blackcomb site said 1 cm of fresh powder overnight and for once Whistler under estimated. Although it was wet there was around 20 cm of fresh and due to the very poor visibility it was almost empty up there. Yet again the high alpine didn’t open however they did open glacier chair and Spanky’s on Blackcomb. Half way through the day some gnarly winds kicked up and the Peak to Peak closed. Overall the morning was awesome but by the end of the day it all got pretty heavy and wet which made the ride out a bit rough.
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