Thursday, April 26, 2012

Mid April Upate: Alaska

Blue skies, warm days, and cool nights have made for some A+ corn skiing in South Central AK.

The Alaska Range

April has been focused on "The Iggle." I've been able to get out most days after work just as the South facing slopes begin to soften.  Unfortunately, this week I am in Kuparuk, Alaska for work. Temps here are in the teens and there is 3-6" of new low density powder on top of a supportable base, but the nearest hills are over 100 miles to the South. Shoot!

Some recent Iggle ski trails that we schussed in the last week or so....

I hope everyone is having a great spring!

 - U.K.


Swiss Bowl and East Swiss

North Face of Gordon Lyon
(not sure I'd sleep well in either home at the bottom during a big storm cycle)

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