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Conditions Update: A February to Remember – 390cm overall snowfall!

As February has drawn to an end, and the snow continues to fall, we thought we would take a look back at the last month and all of the amazing days we have been blessed with out in the mountains!

Tours 7, 8, 9, and 10 were lucky enough to be part of one of the most epic February’s in recent history. Cold temperatures and a total snowfall of over 390cm (!!!) meant we skied blower, chest deep powder more often than not, and saw us revelling in many storm skiing days in McLeod Creek in the Zig Zag Zone.

You know it’s good when the poor guides start complaining that their cheeks are getting too cold from all of the darn snow flying in their faces!

We think our guests say it best, so here are a few comments from the past few weeks.

“Best ski trip ever!” – Jeff G.
“Words do not explain how I feel!! Wonderful!” – Mike F.
“Best skiing of my life, thank you so much. I’ll never, ever forget this special week.” – Ed K.
“This is the best vacation of my life.. don’t tell my wife!” – Dan O.

And because a picture is worth a thousand words…

Snowy pillows ready for some action! ~ Photo by Neal Rogers
Whiskey Papa scoping the tracks in Tour 8 ~ Photo by Ari Bruns
Bob W. breaks on through to the other side ~ Photo by Ari Bruns
Eddie enjoying a snowy day in the trees of McLeod Creek ~ Photo by Ari Bruns
Frank tearing it up in the Morkill ~ Photo by Ari Bruns
Blower ~ Photo by Neal Rogers
Get this man a snorkel! ~ Photo by Jesse Milner
The man who’s usually behind the lens, Mr. Neal Rogers! ~ Photo by Ari Bruns
A snowy situation! ~ Photo by Neal Rogers
Whiskey Papa, coming in hot! ~ Photo by Neal Rogers
Zac C. carving those silky turns ~ Photo by Christine Feleki