It was the first closing day of the season at Alta today. Although the freshies are gone, the turns were quite good and you could carve a hell of a trench for much of the afternoon.
As usual, costumes and revelry prevailed for the day.
Special thanks to this dude for throwing in some old-school air and for keeping his clothes on.
Snirty snow is already making an appearance in wind scoured and sun exposed areas. A brown spring is in our future.
There was something in the air throughout the day obscuring the views. I was wondering if it was smoke from the Siberian fires. Perhaps one of you out there can take a look and comment.
Now is a good time to say thanks to all the avy pros, patrollers, snowmakers, groomers, and lifties for their exceptional efforts this difficult snow year.