Our plan was to top out on Superior then travel further west on the ridge for other options, however strong winds, poor visibility and loading proved limiting factors so we halted on top of Superior. We were happy to run into fellow ski compatriots Chad T. and Arie, both having just arrived too and were freezing like us. That's what makes having skied all my life in the Wasatch so great, the regular smiling faces of acquaintances and friends.
We skied the south face in knee deep powder all the way to the car. I then went up Toledo and skied great snow in the main chute, while Lars met up with Tom G. for other longer plans. For me, today was the best quality skiing of the year, and the company made it even better.
|The Viking enjoying icy winds and a narrow sidewalk|
|Lars, top of Superior beginning the descent into the fog|
|Arie fore and Chad T aft, watching Lars like two bird dogs on a pheasant|
|Arie on the upper apron, suffering in the deep|