Thursday, March 17, 2016

Sugarloaf Storm Shredding....


Sometimes the term "Eyeballs Deep" gets thrown around loosely. It's safe to say the last 10 days have been ridiculous in the Sea to sky corridor and that term doesn't even do it justice. I'm having trouble remembering a time when the snow was so high quality or any deeper. Our coastal valleys have been under assault and almost everyday and every evening the mountains have been receiving double digit cm quantities. Bring on Marchuary!


Our destination was north near the village of Pemberton. This time of the year sled approaches can be tricky with long dirt and boulder sections....            




                 
After only 45 minutes we emerged from the rain soaked valley and found the deep....  


Pemberton's alpine forest above 2000m is spectacular....






This sequence of of Brett is too good not to show in it's entirely! He literally disappeared for at least 30 feet....      


We lapped the Sugarloaf all day and left feeling very satisfied!

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