This is what the sky looked like as we prepared to take our first run of the day. That’s a sunsets folks. Granted we had one run down to shuttle all of our supplies to set up camp. But riding with two packs strapped in front and back hardly counts as an enjoyable ride.

hut sunset top Trip report (oops second video was blocked now its up)

The light was unreal and felt like a reward for the days almosts. Like almost turning back at the very beginning cause of snowmobile mechanicals or like Tim almost getting completely lost on his sled in super tight trees while trying to cut a switchback during the shuttle.

hut sunset top group Trip report (oops second video was blocked now its up)

The entire run was about 1000 vertical with both tight and open trees, steep and mellow slope and light fluffy snow.

This video, shot the next morning, shows what the top 1/4 was like.

You know what’s funny about this shot? Eric doesn’t even snowboard, he’s a skier. I guess it helps that he skates, alot.

hut eric air Trip report (oops second video was blocked now its up)

Cole snowboards, or at least he used to. I missed a great shot of him busting through some trees. I’m a shitty photographer cause I’m always watching them ride instead of getting the shot.

hut cole airborne Trip report (oops second video was blocked now its up)

You remember the short teaser of Cole and Tim carving some turns? Well here’s a little pole cam vantage of the same line.

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