Xmas+1, unknown skier
Mystical and Kung Fuey
Snake Creek Lift, xmas+1
(print 1:2 aspect ratio, this 9:16 isn't directly offered)
Millicent above, Denise, Ethan, Livi & Wyatt below
Ridge, just before Pine Martin
12" new during the week. Second time out this season. It's 2Feb14..
Top of Crest Express, from Pioneer
Deer Park is down below the foreground trees
Backcountry accessible from Solitude
Shot from Millicent, across twin lakes
Looking west from Millicent, boundary rope
Mt. Millicent and runs off its lift
The same boulder, seen from the other side. The tiny people on the right are at the scene of the SUV/rock altercation just up canyon from this slide.
A boulder that slid down the hill toward the road this spring, shot from a moving car, through its windshield, by Wyatt, while I drove..
On the way down canyon we came across this SUV that veered off the road and hit a good sized boulder up on the bank. An EMT is attending to the driver. (Wyatt shot this through the windshield as we drove around the scene.)
The pope came to Brighton's final day. He's surrounded by his loyal guards.
If you look closely you can see the tracks left by (mostly) Ethan on the double-black runs below the cat track to GW from Snake.
Mt. Timpanogos, which backs Utah Valley, the valley below the Salt Lake valley.
The trail back toward the Snake Creek lift with Mt. Timp in the top center..
The trail from the Snake lift toward Great Western on Clayton Peak. I stopped here: Ethan and Wyatt went on and rode the double-blacks off Great Western.
Mello cornice on a Englemann Spruce sided hill, looking down toward Heber and Midway, UT from Brighton on the last day it was open. I'm probably standing on a cornice as I took the shot.
A four-shot handheld pano of the top of Big Cottonwood canyon on 21Apr13, the day that Brighton closed for the season. I shot this after hiking up the cat track that runs down from GW to Snake. Fine day. The snow is deep, but it's a bit saturated..
Hmm, another shot of that snowmobile track ending 20-30' below a cornice.
My gear, and another view of Mt. Timp..
The cornice laden ridge line up to Clayton Peak. They're huge: check the surrounding trees for comparison.
Someone on a snow machine tempted fate with their steep hill climb run to just below a cornice about 300' below me.
Ethan hiked up to Great Western runs all day. Wyatt and I joined him in the afternoon. This shot was taken looking SE from the GW cat track between GW and the Snake Creek lift. Mt. Timpanogos is back on the right.