I know my way around blackcomb a little more, so I'll let you in on a typical SFU SKI day on blackcomb: Upload the gondola at base 2, then take the excelerator chair. Bomb down any groomed run you can find to the bottom of Jersey, and then back up to the top.Now, either head down to glacier or crystal chair, or if it's looking like an early opening, 7th heaven(HUGE cat track traverse from the top of jersey, so be sure you wanna be there). Take 7th heaven up, and from there, head skier's right a shitload, and you'll end up in some really sweet trees. tap those till you get to the cat track that brings you back to the bottom of 7th, and then head up to the glacier. Head down the glacier, and if spanky's is open, head right into it. Be ready to go hard, spanky's means business. Enjoy the 5km cat track out to the bottom of excelerator.
NOW, hit the park, have some fun, work on some tech shit before heading to rendezvous for some food, because you're gonna be hungry after that morning. Make sure to have an espresso or two before heading back out.
Start your afternoon where you found the best snow in the morning. I like to hit different lines on the glacier, tapping the glacier chair and the tbars for all they're worth, as well as throwing in some stuff off of jersey cream and/or Crystal for some variety. If 7th isn't plagued by tourists(very common), it's fun to hit in the afternoon as well, especially if it's sunny.
That's all i'm going to say. Any more than that and I might start exposing some stuff that many want to keep for themselves. If you can read a trail map, and follow people that look like they know what they're doing, chances are you'll find something good. Have fun exploring.
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