Only place in Utah I haven't skied but going in a week. Everyone who frequents a mountain has their own jive and routine on where they go, so does anyone have recommendations on the better ways to navigate Powder Mountain?
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bob_doleBeen meaning to find out about the ins and outs of the Woody's World laps. In theory, could you just park your car at the top of the Hidden Lake Lodge, drop into Woody's World zones for the shuttle laps and just keep lapping that without ever actually riding a chairlift? Asking for a friend...
That same friend also wants to know if you could do the same parking move, walk across the road, and then just go do ski touring laps in Lefty's.
My friend just wants to know if you are able to ride around Pow Mow terrain without buying a ticket...
SFBv420.0there are numeous no self shuttles signs
theyre pretty lax about a lot their
but cloggin up the no shoulder road doing self shuttles
will probably draw their ire
and no pass is theft of services
that being said we ussually do a shuttle for one or 2 on the way out
.nastyDid like 8 powder country laps over the two days I skied there, Wednesday was deep and blower with sold out tickets and I think we waited maybe 10 minutes for 2 of the 8 shuttles. Also waited in line at paradise only once then it cleared out quick. We didn’t do any hikes because it was fresh every single lap off the chair. Really cool place that Powmow, I’ll definitely make a point to ski it on the next Utah trip.
bigairskier3This thread has been helpful. Headed out to ski March 1st to 5th. Any issues with Midweek lines? How bad do shuttle lines get, really want to ski Wood's and Powder but don't want to waste hours of the day waiting in line.
Is the boot pack into Cobabe doable for a flatlander? Is it worth the time? Should I just head down Sanctuary instead?
Haven't decided on purchasing snowcat tickets what are your thoughts on Rain Tree or Lighting Ridge? My fiancé is at an intermediate/advanced level and can hold her own on groomed blacks. She hasn't been skiing much in powder, thoughts on if either of these places she could ski?
We're also dragging along the mother-in-law, stepdad and 9 year old stepsister. Best lift to ski if we want to get some steep skiing in while they are able to do greens or easy blues? Mary's looks good on paper
Appreciate the help