Report from May 7, 2023
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Yesterday we skied a powder day at Mammoth Mountain, CA, and it was a blast.
Chutes, mandatory air, pure powder, & wind-buff.
We came home at about 2 pm and ate lunch.
Trevor and I then went to get some cardio and ran up Earthquake Dome here in town in 42-minutes 🙂
We skied the same “Wiggle Butt” chute that we’d skied a few days ago, but this time, we chose a different entrance to the chute, and we were able to ski it fast and more fluidly.
I have to say, knowing this time, what was ahead, was a big advantage.
This chute is so cute and fun and bushy and wild!
Thanks, Mono County!
SPRING 2023 REPORTS
5/8/23: Mammoth, CA Report: Wind-Buff Barrels, Sunshine, & 360s
5/7/23: Mammoth, CA, Report: “Balls To The Wall” Chute on a Cold, Windy, Sunny Mid-Winter Powder Day on May 7th
5/6/23: Mammoth, CA Report: Full on Winter Snow & Good Times on May 6th
5/5/23: Mammoth, CA Report: Winter Persists With Cinco De Mayo Fun All Over The Mountain in Sun, Cloud, Cold, & Wind
5/5/23: Sierra Nevada, CA Report: Earthquake Dome’s “Wiggle-Bottom” Chute
5/3/23: Mammoth, CA Report: Full-Throttle Epic Mini-Powder Day After 7″ of New Snow
5/2/23: Mammoth, CA Report: Mini-Powder Day After 550-Mile Drive from Park City, UT Via The Clown Motel
4/30/23: Park City, UT Closing Weekend Report: Hand-Dragging a Slush Wiggle Paradise at 60ºF
4/28/23: Alta, UT Report: 903″ of Snow Turned “Main Chute” Off 11,068′ Mt. Baldy Into “Main Bowl”
4/27/23: Alta, UT Report: Legendary Little Chute Off 11,068′ Mt. Baldy
4/26/23: Trip Report: 11,331′ Pfeifferhorn, UT – The North Couloir