Saw this awesome Ryan Dunfee writeup on the opportunities for fun and filming despite how shitty it's been this season and it warmed my black soul for at least a minute or two. I love skiing sketchy shit that I really shouldn't- you know, a vein of snow down a rock face or a trail that asolutely is NOT what most would consider skiable by any stretch. Maybe skiing fast grass and connecting the dots down a regular trail or something else most would think is stupid. I don't know, I guess I really appreciate the challenge and overcoming the sketch factor of a steep exposed trail with very little cover that a lot of people wouldn't ski WITH snow. It makes me feel good.
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And a little sketchy late season skiing stoke to set the tone
for those of you familiar with it, this is Redline from the very top, which is permanently closed (we waited for the lifts to stop)
a little farther down...
and downhiking when we ran out of patches to connect the dots.
So who else here loves skiing shit that technically blows? If you've got pics, post 'em up! Hucks, core shots, grass skiing, etc. etc. I'd love to see what people are sending and skiing way later than they should, after all it's the people still schralping in the spring that hold down the gnar factor for the rest of the "skiers" at the beach cottage already. I salute you oh beasts of the base weld and sultans of sketch.
So whatcha got?