A few steps off the boot pack isn't too much to ask. Recently I have been very annoyed and downright pissed off that people can't seem to relieve themselves of toxins away from the boot pack, skin track or drop in areas. I'm not sure if you guys are seeing the same thing, but I have been experiencing yellow stains all around me and I AM NOT A FAN. Areas where your skis need to be, there is PISS, changeover zones PISS, top of my favorite line PISS, just walk over in the deeper snow and pretend like you are a trained animal and do your business and then scratch some snow over it to conceal the scent...........not too hard, really. Cats and dogs have seemed to master it, but lazy ass skiers can't seem to figure it out......I have a couple hunches. •THEY are scared shitless of being in the backountry, so they have the nervous PEE and SHIT syndrom. •THERE DICK is so small and cold they PEE all over their skis and think it's good luck. THE French do it. •No concept of other people, it is a trail, only BEARS defecate on the trail or path, at least they have berries in theirs. •DRINK more water and your PEE won't look like Lemon-Lime Gatorade. •LAZINESS people just are very lazy and in deep snow most people are followers and want to get by with the bare minimum. So as a public service announcement to everyone everywhere, especially Mt. Baker and surrounding slack-countries PLEASE be more mindful of where you take a leak and think about the rest of the people in the mountains. Next time when you are climbing up to ski a fun line just think, "Hey I could really go for someone else's PISSing right now!" What is up with People Pissing in the Backcountry? | Unofficial Networks

What is up with People Pissing in the Backcountry?

What is up with People Pissing in the Backcountry?

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What is up with People Pissing in the Backcountry?

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A few steps off the boot pack isn’t too much to ask.  Recently I have been very annoyed and downright pissed off that people can’t seem to relieve themselves of toxins away from the boot pack, skin track or drop in areas.  I’m not sure if you guys are seeing the same thing, but I have been experiencing yellow stains all around me and I AM NOT A FAN. 

Areas where your skis need to be, there is PISS,  changeover zones PISS, top of my favorite line PISS, just walk over in the deeper snow and pretend like you are a trained animal and do your business and then scratch some snow over it to conceal the scent………..not too hard, really.  Cats and dogs have seemed to master it, but lazy ass skiers can’t seem to figure it out……I have a couple hunches.

  • THEY are scared shitless of being in the backountry, so they have the nervous PEE and SHIT syndrom.
  • THERE DICK is so small and cold they PEE all over their skis and think it’s good luck.  THE French do it.
  • No concept of other people, it is a trail, only BEARS defecate on the trail or path, at least they have berries in theirs.
  • DRINK more water and your PEE won’t look like Lemon-Lime Gatorade.
  • LAZINESS people just are very lazy and in deep snow most people are followers and want to get by with the bare minimum.

So as a public service announcement to everyone everywhere, especially Mt. Baker and surrounding slack-countries PLEASE be more mindful of where you take a leak and think about the rest of the people in the mountains. Next time when you are climbing up to ski a fun line just think, “Hey I could really go for someone else’s PISS right now!”  Mountain Edict is always appreciated.  Thanks for not pissing.

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