Know When to Hold Them…

Wicked weather and avalanche danger. It’s always awesome when the Nature takes back EV, it’s rightfully hers. In my mind, it deserves respect time and some distance. 

Years ago but just a blink in EV time, it  ripped from Joint Point through Old Man’s and buried I-70 15 feet deep.

Are we there yet? Not sure. But the size and scope of the danger now expands beyond most skiers immediate terrain awareness. Sympathetic slides from a distance above or away. Deep slab instabilities deep in the snow pack far beyond  a skiers ability to “feel” the layer that are at tipping points all seem possible.

Can it be done safely? Im sure but watching Tweeners rip to trees in the first half of the first day of this huge cycle does not instill confidence…

I’m interested in the natural activity and hope to safely get a look at some point.

Stay froggy…

3 responses to “Know When to Hold Them…”

  1. Ryan says :

    Thanks for the posts! Awesome to have a more localized report on EV! Truly look forward to every post.

  2. PG says :

    Always look forward to EVI posts, keep it up.

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