Forums Trip Reports Steep turns in the La Sals
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  • #576728
    taylorzs
    47 Posts

    Here is a link to my climb and snowboard descent of Mt. Tukuhnikivatz in the La Sal mountains outside Moab, Utah. There is one of Chris Davenport’s 50 Classic Ski Descents of North America. Trip report here; http://www.zachtaylorsnowboarding.com/Mt_Tukuhnikivatz_2.html

    #654340
    Rico in AZ
    559 Posts

    That was rad. The La Sals have been on my hit list for a long time, your TR might have just inpsired me to make a go of it next season. Thanks for all the beta you included in your write up.
    Gotta agree, there are very few mountains that I’ve seen that are as aesthetic as the La Sals.

    Well done, and thanks!

    #654341
    wasatch surf
    979 Posts

    nice. one of the curses of living on the wasatch front is that you never leave the wasatch front. La Sals never seem to make it into my rotation of road trips. next year for sure. thanks for posting this.

    #654339
    96avs01
    875 Posts

    Nice work! :rock:

    165 Venture Divide/Spark Frankenburners/La Sportiva Spantiks
    163W Jones Solution/Phantom Alphas/Dynafit TLT5s
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    Chris

    #654342
    taylorzs
    47 Posts

    Rico, you should definitely road trip there. Beautiful mountains, good snow, low crowds, etc. There is not even a ski area in the entire range. Glad you all enjoyed the report.

    #654343
    ekrak
    3 Posts

    Nice! I hiked that in the summer time after a bigger snow year and was able to butt-sled down almost the whole west facing slope still. Want to go back in the winter but as mentioned before, it is hard to leave the Wasatch.

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