Joined: Fri Feb 02, 2007 4:38 pm Posts: 35 Location: Lethbridge, Ab
Going to clear the schedual for that weekend and make the trip. I hope to be in better physical condition by then but I am still a little worried I might be biting more off than I can chew as far as terrain goes. I think my biggest day is still under 5k so i am worried that once i make the drive out there I am gonna get my ass handed to me. I have some goals this season to hammer out more days and bigger ones, just dont want to hold anyone up. Is there any terrain out there that caters to the slower, less fit type?
Joined: Sun Mar 23, 2008 1:43 pm Posts: 303 Location: Mill Creek, WA
Wow! This looks fantastic Wade! You're getting me stoked to get off my ass and get some work done on the Mt Baker Splitfest. I'm really going to try and make it to your fest. I've always wanted to go to Roger's Pas and this seems like the perfect opportunity
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Joined: Tue Dec 12, 2006 4:36 pm Posts: 378 Location: Lethbridge, AB
Thank you Terry for the contacts for sponsorship. It's made my life easier and has resulted in some results all ready, with hopefully a few more exciting sponsor announcements coming soon!
Loopy: other than scurrying with your sphincter in your throat past the bottoms of massive slide paths, everything else is pretty conducive to going at your own pace. There's lots of terrain and will hopefully be lots of participants to pick people with similar fitness and risk tolerance profiles.
Does anyone else need to be back Saturday night? I'll do the drive alone if I have to, but was thinking of doing Friday/Saturday, at least get to meet everyone on Saturday. There is a chance I could bring along a skier or two if no one else can come out Friday.