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    • By Gordo
      17cms of blower came in sideways Saturday night. The result was fantastic skiing Sunday at Camp Fortune. We managed to dig out and make it to the Skyline before 9am.  Camp Fortune had groomed on Saturday night so there was nice layer of light powder on top a firm base.  Conditions of course were excellent.  Smooth and smeary.  After a bunch of runs on Skyline we skated over to the valley and then hit the runs on Meech at 10ish.  The new glade was open off Paradis called La Cache Sous-Bois.  The glade runs from the right side of Paradis down and under the lift exiting on North America.  The run has a great pitch after the initial flat entrance with two main lines, one steeper and exiting father up the hill.   We spent most the morning on La Cache before heading back to Skyline.  The runs in the valley were also perfect but the place started to get busy with ski schools around 11am.  In fact the entire parking lot in the valley looked full by noon.  Skyline still had lots of spots though.  Heggtveit is still not open but the amount of snow that Fortune is blowing on it is pretty impressive. I suspect it will be open very soon. This is peak winter so get out and enjoy it!






      Nice bump run on Clifford.

      Top of La Cache


      Marshall

      The cross over spot on La Cache.

      La Cache from the Meech lift.



    • By Gordo
      Wow what a killer weekend at Mont Tremblant! I drove up late Friday to meet some buddies from Toronto who had a hotel room a few minutes from the resort. Our expectations were not high as it was early season and there was the 24hr relay race on the south side. Tremblant brought the goods though.  They had just gotten 10cms and on Saturday they opened up "Le Edge" for the first time this season as well as the runs off the Expo Express Quad.  We had powder skiing on December 6th! along with 49 open runs on Saturday and 53 on Sunday.  The temperatures were hovering around -15c in the morning and -8c in the afternoon. Lots of snowmaking was happening.  Anyway after railing some groomers on the North Side we got in a couple powder runs going down Fuddle Duddle and Windigo then hit Le Edge for more all natural tree runs.  We stayed on the Edge side for a while before heading back to the south side for some afternoon groomer action.  Sunday was a repeat with lots of powder stashes left in the woods.  You really couldn't have asked for more and the weather was pretty much perfect for the huge relay event that involved skiing, running and walking for 24hrs.  Tremblant even had Beauvallon light all the way down for the teams skiing after dark. What a crazy event.  Well done Tremblant. 

      Going up! Its odd to see the lake unfrozen.

      Perfect groomers

      This was the only lineup of the day. Waiting for Le Edge to open. 


      So fresh, we only hit a couple logs. 




      Windigo 




      Note the 24hr relay.

      At the top of the Edge
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