Amidst the storm this past week, I had the pleasure of skiing some completely untracked pow in the backcountry. A great sheltered spot on the West Shore, with some widely spaced old growth trees, and a couple steep rollovers gave us close to 2,000 vert to play on from (literally) dawn ’till dusk a few days. I love KT-22. It certainly is its own little slice of heaven. But some pow day mornings, after entirely too much coffee, I need to expend energy in ways other than by maneuvering my fat skis through that maze of a line. This little backcountry zone proved to be a great place to do just that, while allowing us to reap some pretty sweet rewards in the process.
Greg Martin, John Rockwood, and Adam Ruscitto let me tag along with them one day. Props to Greg for enjoying all this fun with a 40lb. pack on.
Here’s Adam, skiing fast, taking chances, getting face shots:
We really did ski till dark that day! So deep! Great day guys- let’s do it again soon!
Greg, John, and Adam: