Forums Trip Reports Cooke city 1-21-07 Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)Author Posts January 29, 2007 at 8:38 pm #568504 jparker 64 PostsKind of a late TR, but I thought I’d post something positive. Cooke city has less snow then usual, but it’s at least relatively stable and the stuff facing north-ish was tons of fun. The southern stuff was thin and sitting on a foot of facets sitting on ice that wouldn’t even support a skin track. We went up the republic pass trail.The Miner’s Saloon is doing quite well too.We did several laps on this: My confused telemarking friend, making it look like fun: A couple of nice looking faces on the other side of the valley that need to be shredded: Me: Looks like we’ve got some snow in the forecast, I might be using a couple days from the 6 day Jackson pass Nomad sold me through the MSU backcountry club this weekend. . . January 29, 2007 at 10:12 pm #593917 JH_Alpenglow 58 PostsNice photos! I hope for your sack we get some more snow this week as forecasted otherwise I’m not sure it’s worth the trip out.Thanks for the TR. January 30, 2007 at 12:44 am #593918 SanFrantastico 1514 PostsBeautiful terrain. I notice that the splitboarder is smiling more than the telemarker, which I take as definitive proof that splitboarding is more fun. Actually, that last shot is pretty damn glorious.*edit* PS someone at sb.com just cracked my sh*t up with some funny code. I typed in ‘telem*rker’ and the site caught my mistake and substituted in ‘crazed hippie stick skier’ automatically. Ha!Putting the poo in swimming pool since 1968. January 30, 2007 at 2:07 am #593919 lifelinksplit 282 PostsThe Miner’s Saloon is doing quite well too.ahh the ‘ol miner’s, good memories(I think, can you have good memories when you don’t actually remember most of the night?)Did you guys ski that ridge across from Republic, above the old cabins? January 30, 2007 at 3:01 am #593920 jparker 64 Posts @lifelinksplit wrote:Did you guys ski that ridge across from Republic, above the old cabins?affirmative. We were going to ski republic the second day but decided to farm that ridge line some more instead. January 30, 2007 at 11:51 am #593921 lewmt 570 PostsLooks really nice. Longing for a trip back there – for sure.I hear the Yurt is up but not really functional yet? Like the stove is sitting up in Daisy Pass buried in the snow? Hear any thing locally on that? January 30, 2007 at 5:29 pm #593922 BridgerHippy 61 PostsDid you guys ski that ridge across from Republic, above the old cabins?I know what ridge you are talking about. We had a great view of it didnt we LLS 🙄 🙄AHHH it was a great time!! January 30, 2007 at 6:16 pm #593923 bcrider 4150 PostsGreat stuff JP! 8)This looks like it could keep you busy for quite a while. 🙂 January 30, 2007 at 7:43 pm #593924 IridePow 288 PostsNice pics January 30, 2007 at 10:24 pm #593925 DentalFlossTycoon 112 PostsTime for a trip. Man CC is doing way better than we are in the Madisons.Nice Pics. February 6, 2007 at 8:01 pm #593926 dave 100 Postsnice! cooke rocks. need a sled though for sure. republic is a looong way up if i remember correctly.there is something very similar to that face “that could keep you busy for awhile” in the spanish peaks. the first peak up to the left from the trailhead. don’t know the name. kindof need a sled to access it in the winter though.http://talk.splitboard.com/talk/viewtopic.php?p=15099&highlight=#15099oh, enjoy that pass…. 😉 February 6, 2007 at 9:41 pm #593927 jparker 64 Posts @dave wrote:nice! cooke rocks. need a sled though for sure. republic is a looong way up if i remember correctly.Not so, That’s all i’ve ever heard about Cooke too but this trip was only a 45 minute skin to the base of the ridge, it would be another 15 minutes or so to the faces that would keep you busy for a while. Republic rises from the same drainage to it’s east face (it is a long climb up). Abiathar is also accessible from the same spot, and on the short list this year.A snowmobile wouldn’t do you much good where these pics were taken, the republic pass trail is closed to them so you would only save 20 minutes or so. It’s nice and quiet up there too.Although with a sled you could climb similar things on the oposite side of the valley without spilling your mountan dew and spin laps from 10,000 feet all day. Viewing 12 posts - 1 through 12 (of 12 total)You must be logged in to reply to this topic.