- May 19, 2012
Above Bullet Canyon:
A few years ago, I have no idea why I am on my powder board:
Same here in Alberta, as usual for April. On our 18 km ski tour yesterday in Kananaskis and a brief corner of Banff NP, we looped through 2 valleys, via 3 passes, with 2 descents offering some pretty good powder turns along the way.
Below- a short bootpack was required in one spot- it's been a low snow winter here.
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The weather closed in and the winds picked up as we prepared to descend from the first pass of the day. Our next pass is above yellow jacket's head, after the descent into the valley that separates the two passes.
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With the stormy weather, the camera was safely stowed away for the remainder of the trip.
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