Seriously guys, can you even contemplate in your low-snowfall-thinking brains our 97 inches of 5% blower in 4 days. No. No you can’t. That’s because you’re not Squaw and you don’t know what it’s like to get snow like this. 97 Inch Storm Total – Yeah, That’s Right, 97 Goddamn Inches, Humans! | Unofficial Networks

97 Inch Storm Total - Yeah, That’s Right, 97 Goddamn Inches, Humans!

97 Inch Storm Total - Yeah, That’s Right, 97 Goddamn Inches, Humans!

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97 Inch Storm Total - Yeah, That’s Right, 97 Goddamn Inches, Humans!

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Hey, other ski resorts, I can’t believe you’re pro…Squaw is SO much better than you!

Seriously guys, can you even contemplate in your low-snowfall-thinking brains our 97 inches of 5% blower in 4 days.  No. No you can’t.  That’s because you’re not Squaw and you don’t know what it’s like to get snow like this.

After 3 days of being trapped on KT with mythical unicorn powder Headwall and Broken Arrow opened at about 10:30am yesterday.  None of the upper mountain had been touched and the conditions were fantesticle.  Oh, you’re worried that 8 feet of powder would be too deep to ski?  Yeah, we all had similar fears, my friend.  Luckily, the wind had been hammering the upper mountain for those 4 days and the snow had been wind pressed enough that you were only sinking in about 3 feet…which is nice.

Granite Chief opened at about 1:15pm and was silly until 4pm.  On Granite, there were spots where the snow hadn’t been blown and it was over-the-top deep.  Hell, even KT, which had been skied very hard yesterday was bottomless and superhero-inducing.

It’s been a helluva a coupla days a Squaw.  A helluva coupla days.

What opened yesterday?  Everything except Silverado.  Granite Chief Peak, the Palisades, and Mainline Pocket also were closed yesterday.

In this video:  The guy in yellow going HUGE = Pavlo Gesmundo, the rest is Miles Clark, February 19, 2011.  Music:  MC Solaar

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