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Check out these videos from this weekends 2011 Freesking World Tour Championships from Snowbird. These official highlight videos show the top three finishers for both the men and women. Drew Tabke took first overall for the men with Sage Cattabriga-Alosa in second and Chopo Diaz in third. For the women, Angel Collinson again took first
Another day is in the books at Snowbird. The wind buff was in full effect today after heavy winds yesterday and all last night smoothed out the mountain to the max. The sun was out and there was a solid spectating crowd for Day 1 of the US Freeskiing Nationals on Silver Fox.
Today was a lovely wind buffed day at the bird with walk on trams and warm sunny weather. It was windy as hell and the snow is stacking into Silver Fox for tomorrows Day one of the Snowbird comp.
The last seven days of skiing have been epic. Now that the sun is back out the snow is not so deep anymore. Oh well, it was a good run of powder skiing days. Bo Torrey sent me this edit from those deep days earlier season and it made me smile. I hope it makes you smile too!
After the mega sleeper day yesterday people packed into LCC early this morning. I got the the tram at 8:30am and it was a 4 tram wait. F*ck that! I walked back to the bypass and headed to Wildcat. 9th chair at 9:00am, you gotta love the kitty. It didn’t snow as much last night as I thought it would have, but the pow was creamy and plentiful. Most of the folks that were up first thing in the morning were gone by 11:00am and the snow actually held up really well.
The sun was out this morning, but the wind was hammering. The tram was closed down due to high wind from about 10:30am until 2:00pm. By the time it was up and running again the clouds had blown in and most of the people had blown out. Snowbird was a ghost town by 2:00pm, with the tram deck completely empty and trams heading to Hidden Peak less than half full.
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It has been an eventful week in the Wasatch. Lots of early mornings, lots of hiking, lots of skiing powder with friends and lots of beautiful light. Here are some … Read More