Powder madness
The thirst for powder snow is real
Every skier and snowboarder knows that the thirst for fresh untracked snow is real. But recent snow falls in north america have shown how strong that thirst can be.

Over the last weeks areas of California have recieved up to 37 inches of snowfall causing some customers to go into a frenzy. One such place hit with the rush was Alpine Meadows.




Meanwhile in Utah, Snowbird saw a literal human avalanche when it opened in famed Mineral Basin.





Our take, follow Rule 1 of the FIS Rules for Skiers and Snowboarders - Respect Others. While we all love to chase new snow, keep in mind there are other skiers and snowboarders around you.


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