Some of the most interesting days of skiing at Wildhorse Catskiing are in the days well past the last storm. Storm skiing is great - don't get me wrong on that one! This year we have been challenged by the snow gods with lower than usual snowpack and infrequent snowfalls. We search for the untracked lines, climbing Wildhorse Peak, or traversing into Wildhorse Bowl to ski lines that perhaps get skied only once a year and they are sweet.
Monday, February 16, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
Argueably one of the most valuable members of team Wildhorse is the snowcat driver. What do you do when you get to the bottom of run - get into the cat and go back up with Tyler driving. On the rare occassion that we let him out of the snowcat for good behavior there are snowmobile and snowcat maintenance or perhaps more enjoyable carrying skis up to the summit of Wildhorse for another wicked run. Thanks Tyler.
Monday, February 02, 2009
This is Dylan hucking in Perfect Glades. Sara did an awesome job of stitching the photo together to create this composite. After a bit of a dry spell we are back into the dry and light powder. The next week should be awesome. There is a couple of seats available for standby. Check out availability at www.skiwildhorse.com or send an email or call 1-888-488-4327 and leave your credit card on the answering machine and indicate the number of seats you wish. Or you can also put an order in online. We are pretty much gone from 7am - 7pm most days so we are little hard to get hold off. You can also try to get hold of us at 250-357-2157 which is our number in Ymir.
Labels: Ski Conditions