tell your best classic snoqualmie stories, for example in january 2011(i think) it was 50 degrees and raining, IN JANUARY. also there were a bunch or bare spots in the middle of the season, the even funnier part is their website still said they had like a 65 inch base. Alpental is dope though, i love it.
Website says superpipe is cut and open. Drive up there. Mountain is socked in (no fault of theirs, obviously). Pipe is closed with snow boulders everywhere and walls that are non existent. Drove to Stevens.
When I went there for Jib This Jib That and it drizzled heavily all day, and the rails got sticky so I caught an edge and got tossed on my ass and bruised my iliac crest so badly I could barely walk the next day.
"penis says yes. penis gets what penis wants."-JahJahBinks$
Its the scummit, you can complain about it and go home crying with a dildo up your ass or you can sack up and hit some cheap ass rails and sketch jumps in the rain with your homies.
Then wait for that one baller day when the big lines open and the suns out but theres a million gapers on central express so you cut em all off in the side lines and they cant tell the difference cause theyre fucking gaping too hard. or when its straight nuking on alpy at day and theres not a single patroller or generic douche thatll tell you what the fuck you can or cant do on the hill. or having the entire set of mountains to yourself after 6 on any given day. thats classic
"lol you guys are bringing environmental debate, ignorance, age, and park vs normal skiing up all in one thread. fuck that. all I gotta say is that this was a cool shot and I want to be skiing there." - Ojeda
Last time that happened it was actually a friday morning, which apparently fucking everyone from pullman to bremerton had got off work for. Oh well, the 3 runs I took that day were hands down my best of last season.
follow my friend to creep him out.
Ok, as painful as it is for me to say, Alpental does typically get a bit more snowfall than Stevens Pass. It is actually pretty wild to see just how similar they are all plotted out, but they are, indeed, every so slightly different.
They are also different in terms of temperature. Alpental is typically 6 to 7 degrees warmer on average than Stevens during the snow season. Since the quality is inferior and the quantity is negligibly more, Stevens wins.
Also, Snoqualmie has a disgusting habit of reporting Alpental's top depth as the "base" depth to various media outlets, which is pretty weak.