|BC Pow faces|
|Skiing through the woods we heard music and found our way to this magic cabin..|
(Me asking the skipatroll) - I noticed the North face of Gray mountain is closed, any chance we can ski there?
(Bearded ski patroll guy) - Oh, No problem ey just be careful ey, there might be some rocks ey, pretty narly ey, but you'll be ok ey...
After skiing the face with plenty of close calls with exposed rocks at full speed we realised the ski patrol were just too nice not to let us ski, though it really was a bad idea...
Other signs of the Canadian spirit was that we did not find a single locked door during the trip. The only AH of the trip was the Canadian border control who made us empty the car and unpacked all our bags while provoking us with all his might... Not the first time that happened at the Canadian boarder (while returning to the US have always been surprisingly smooth).
|The Klister Club Cabin|
|Drinking homemade wine in the woods, an unexpected bonus|
|Looking good Tahoe style|
|Sam laying down a few sweet turns|
|It started snowing again in Whitewater, Nelson. The woods there are very steep and offer|
some of the best tree skiing terrain I have seen. A little more fresh snow and it would have been ski heaven.
|5 boys sharing an hotel room while dreaming away on Tinder...|
|...comes at a great cost. Stink screen applied|
|Red Mountain at its best|
|Now thats what a ski-resort sign should look like!|
|Alpine terrain at 12700 feet, Loveland, Colorado|
|Taking the board for a spin!|
|Sweet turns during my last run of the trip|