Peaked Mtn = Sleeping Giant

Man on man has it been cold.  -41 deg F on my morning sweep yesterday while working ski patrol at the Ghee.  Unfortunately the cold has forced a bit of down time from the usual routine, but given me a chance to reflect on the past few weeks.  There are features and lines skiable right now that are VERY seldomly so.  With the Tele Freeskiing comp coming to the Ghee in a little over a week and the Jr Freeskiing Tour stop later in March, these athletes could quite possibly be granted some seldom skied goods!!!  Here is a fun preview of some of that terrain from a few days this past last week……….

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