Gordo Posted February 23, 2019 Share Posted February 23, 2019 Well, all the snow from the storm last Tuesday/Wednesday has held up great at Camp Fortune. The conditions are killer with nicely groomed snow, perfect for high angle carving at high speed. We arrived in time to get a bunch of runs on Heggtviet and Duffy before the sun went down just before 6. The bumps and cliff drops on Duffy were super fun. Hegg you could just rail on. Swan Dive was a little more of a technical ski as the bumps were huge and rather unforgiving. Pretty much all the other groomed trails were in excellent shape with the exception Bud Clark which was getting a little scrapped down to the base at the top section. Overall another great night of skiing with a full moon adding to the ambiance. Oh and the Boreale IPA du Nord-Est at the bar is super tasty. Swan Dive. Duffy in the sun. Shane 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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