Joined: Tue Dec 07, 2004 12:29 pm Posts: 135 Location: Bend, OR
Going off right now. We started off weak but now it's full La Nina, one system after another.
We've basically gotten a foot a night for the past 3 nights. Travel in the BC is a bit sketchy right now, as we had rain up to 6500 4 days ago. Things will settle out quickly as they always do with the maritime snowpack.
The new snow is so deep even snowmo access is limited. I buried my sled completely yesterday trying to put in first tracks to some of the BC stashes around here. Just waiting for the hardcore sledneckers to get in there an punch in track for me.
Joined: Mon Jun 25, 2007 5:34 pm Posts: 38 Location: EUGENE, OR
I went to Willamette Pass Ski Area because it was too deep to tour enjoyably. There was knee deep blower on top of some denser but still very soft base underneith. It looked like a pretty large slide on the rock face on the backside. It was east facing with a 12"-18" crown. I dont know if it was skier started or not.