Monday, October 5, 2009

Closing Day- CVSC

Jane skiing 6th Gut at Craigieburn yesterday
We got up to Craigieburn yesterday for only our 2nd day skiing the tows this winter. Yesterday was closing day for Craigieburn, along with all fields in the Range, apart from BR, but you would haven't guessed it. It was snowing and bloody cold. What was good was real good, but was was bad was terrible. There was 10-20cm of wind blown snow, with a shiny, slick crust underneath. the skiing was pretty fun, especially mid slope where it was blown in. It was fun to just ride the tows and ski with my heavier set up for a change.

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"The skier who forsakes the lifts to climb under his own power to a mountain summit is a very different person from the downhill only piste basher and is often regarded by the latter as something of a curiosity.
But he was the creator of the sport; and possibly with him lies the future"
-Robin Fedden, The book of Europen Skiing, 1966
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