Joined: Thu Nov 20, 2008 9:10 pm Posts: 1413 Location: UT
Once the snowpack builds it's almost impossible NOT to run into "the ton of us" on any given day in the central Wasatch. I've met many cool folks, and just as many not. Should be no shortage of potential chill and experienced partners - and I highly recommend hitting up the splitfest if it goes down this year - way cool vibe with good people.
Personally, I tend to tour solo due to having different objectives than most folks. That said I'd definitely like to hear from folks outside the Wasatch front who are willing to provide beta/conditions throughout the season - But I totally understand if they want to keep the outlying stashes from the prying eyes of Wasangelinos looking to snake their goods.
_________________ Experts tell me I'm not a serious rider; riding boards that are too long with the incorrect boot and binding setup and I'm not having fun...
I'm also looking for partners for this season. I have a few different folks that I head out with but our schedules and objectives don't always line up. I'm a moderately experienced split boarder with about five years experience, avalanche 1 cert from AAI, in average shape, and excellent back country first aid skills. My schedule is pretty open during the week especially as winter really gets going. I want to ride some great lines but also stay safe and conservative when it comes to avalanche danger. Please hit me up with a text if you're interested in getting out.