We had a nice surprise last night. We were supposed to only get 10 cm of snow but ended up with 21 cms. And the forecast is calling for some more tonight. Some warm weather is rolling in for a couple days and then cooling off thank goodness with some more snow in a few days. Photo is from this morning as the sun was starting to come up with all the new snow.
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Some New snow at Kicking Horse over the past few days. And I have been making my usual jaunt up to T2 which is my daily work-out. Patrick from Selkirk Sports has been joining me on most days. A couple days ago it snowed pretty steady and we headed out about lunch time. Visibility was marginal with snow coming down pretty steady. The trek up to the top of T2 was slow as the trail was covered so we were making fresh tracks. And if you don't step in the right place, you end up sinking up to your waist in snow. But as you can see from the video, we had some fun and nice boot top powder on the way down.
We woke up to a few cms of fresh snow. And from the looks of it, the snow is going to be continuing off and on for the next week.
I took another hike up to T2. I started off in light snow with poor visibility but by the time I got the top it was starting to get sunny. And I was the only person at the top.
I am working on some new skis. They are Kessler and are more known for their snowboards but could be one of the best skis I have ever had, especially on hard packed snow. Great for the old knees.
Today was the first of many this season. It was my first hike to the top of T2 which is the most southern peak on Kicking Horse Resort. The snow was somewhat choppy after having some cold temperatures and now warming up with a temperature inversion. It was about -15C at Vagabond Lodge and -6C at the top. There is a weather change happening starting this afternoon and if you believe the weather forecast, there is supposed to be snow off and on for the next week at least.
This is also a shameless plug for my new Phenix ski jacket and my new Kessler skis from Selkirk Sports at Kicking Horse Resort. Pretty sweet.
Ken along with his wife Lori are the owners and operators of Vagabond Lodge at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.