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 Post subject: Re: Buffalo Mtn 2fer
PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:14 pm 
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Nice day boyz. Sure scored on the conditions as well, I do not think I have ever seen the Silver looking so smooth and inviting, way to take advantage of it.

Still, very surprised it was not crowded, really, I am flabbergasted by it!

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 Post subject: Re: Buffalo Mtn 2fer
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I figured they cut a new skin just for fun, they are just getting ready for the bigger silverton hikes. :thumpsup: can't wait!

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 Post subject: Re: Buffalo Mtn 2fer
PostPosted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:11 am 
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Nice day boyz. Sure scored on the conditions as well, I do not think I have ever seen the Silver looking so smooth and inviting, way to take advantage of it.

Still, very surprised it was not crowded, really, I am flabbergasted by it!


Yeah, I was pleasantly surprised to have the mountain to ourselves. At the trailhead, in the morning, there were a couple AT'ers that said they were planning on hitting Little Elvis. We hit the trail before them and never saw them again. Our guess was that they decided against hitting the couloir and skied back down the south trees we skinned up. At the end of the day there were no tracks heading on the trail heading back to the truck until we saw a few snowshoes/crosscountry skiers closer to the the trailhead.
For me, even if the riding was poor, but I got out and didn't see anyone all day- that's a good day. This day was damn near perfect!


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