After breaking trail yesterday from Mores Creek Summit pass at I21 to "Almost Top of The World," it felt like the riding will not be as fun. Typical of early winter conditions the skiing usually feels too bottomless. I was wrong. The skiing was FUN, and the snow was very supportive. Of course, during skiing, you must be careful and use judgment where to ski due to shallow conditions. Above 7000 feet the snowpack depth averaged 50 centimeters. The coverage was uniformly distributed through the landscape, with very little evidence of wind redistribution.
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