So the other day, in response to the weatherman’s (pathetic) attempt at snowfall prediction, Mike, another friend, and I headed up to Rocky Mountain National Park to do a bit of backcountry skiing.
The park had easily gotten two feet of fresh snow. Perfect skiing conditions!
Unfortunately, none of the roads had been plowed for us to get to any skiing.
After skinning along a road for three hours for a measly 50 feet of vertical drop, Mike officially declared the ski adventure the worst powder day ever!