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Liking your guys posts this winter. I guess I need to get to summit.
I’d like to come out and film with you guys sometime this winter if you’d be down with that. We’re trying to stack footage for a local flick…nothing insane. Just good riding on our local peaks. Hit me up if you guys would like to ride and film some stuff.
Heading to Cordova with potentially a day or 2 to fill with some skiing Feb 2nd maybe 3′rd too if the gettin’ is good. Was hoping for some advise or possbily tag along for some local tours. not sure how to leave you my info but I’ll figure that out.
You do realize that only Snowbird in Utah gets 500 inches of snow and has great terrain right? The rest of Utah’s resorts get a lot less snow and/or have crappy/less steep terrain. Sure Colorado resorts get less snow than Snowbird but places like Aspen, Telluride, Crested Butte, and Silverton have just as good terrain as Snowbird does just with a little less snow. The other Colorado resorts offer more terrain and better terrain than the other resorts in Utah do outside cottonwood canyon! In fact Telluride and Aspen usually get more snow than Snowbird does from November to January. Some years Silverton also gets over 400 inches and its terrain puts all resorts in Utah to shame. Also Colorado is not “snowless” as you ridiculously claim, Utah is a much drier state than Colorado and gets a lot less snow as a whole. Just Because cottonwood canyon gets a lot of snow doesn’t mean Utah as a state does overall.
Why do you hate Colorado just because some dumb Michigan person doesn’t know that Snowbird in Utah gets more snow than Colorado resorts? Michigan people aren’t from Colorado you know!