We got hammered with snow last week so Hatch and I headed up to the yurt to shovel and resupply.  Snowstake at the yurt was at 195cm (6.5 feet!).  Shoveling took forever and soon it was 8:00pm and we were exhausted.  Better rest up for some powder skiing…

We toured into Marshal Basin and found excellent skiing.  A pit revealed storm snow from past 2.5 weeks has settled to 4 feet of new!  The classic Sawtooth lines are filling in quite nice, which is getting us psyched for the ski mountaineering camp in April.  The rest of our day consisted of breaking lots of trail, booting up knee and thigh deep powder and excellent skiing conditions.  Tough job but somebodies got to do it.

-Clark