"If you could ski just one run for the rest of your life, which run would it be?"

"If you could ski just one run for the rest of your life, which run would it be?"

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"If you could ski just one run for the rest of your life, which run would it be?"

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^Employee Housing- Crystal Mountain, WA

We all have that one run that leaves a lasting impact on us. Some people find it at their local ski area, a destination resort, or deep in the backcountry.

Regardless of where you find it, it’s something that will stick with you for life. That run is yours, and nobody can tell you differently.

Take a look at some of the favorite runs of fellow Unofficial Networks readers.

Karl A: “It would be the run I had heli-skiing around Mt Aspiring in New Zealand, where I laid down a quarter mile rooster tailing turn, while watching the sun set in Milford Sound”

^Mt. Aspiring. Credit: Mountain Watch

Taylor F: “Anything off of roundhouse chair at alpine meadows CA. It hold every good memory.”

Taylor H: “The Spine at A Basin”

John M: “Picture Chutes, Hellroaring Basin” (Whitefish)

Bryan U: “Shadows/Closets at Steamboat with endless refills of powder.”

Matt T: “Paradise or Fall Line at Mad River Glen, cutting back over to Upper/Lower Glade to end it”

Preserve Our Paradise! Mad River Glen

Colin G: “The Mothership at Squaw”

Austin M: “The knuckles, Alyeska Resort”

Ryan A: “Honeycomb canyon west face at Solitude Mountain.”

Solitude's Three Steepest Ski Runs | Solitude Mountain Resort Blog

^Honeycomb Canyon. Courtesy: Solitude Mountain Resort

Larry H: “Employee Housing run, Crystal Mountain, Wa.”

Nat S: “Peak to Creek at Whistler.”

^5,000′ of vertical, 6.8 miles. Peak to Creek.

Brendan B: “Big Blue, Blue Hills in Canton, MA”

Michael M: “The next one.”

Josh W: “Schoolmarm at Keystone 💪💪” 😆

Joel C: “Booger ridge . I know there’s a lot more to this place but I just love doing laps there when the snow is good .” (Powder Mountain)

Press at Powder Mountain

^Courtesy: Powder Mountain


Featured Image: KT-22, Squaw Valley

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