Guess what Max & Zorro got me for my birthday today... 9 miles of skijoring fun!
Those two sure know how to throw a birthday bash :-)
|In our deepest snow of the day as we were on the final climb out of Indiana Creek and onto|
Boreas Pass Rd.
It is always an interesting mix of trail terrain on this route... Indiana Creek is seldom used - apparently only us Siberians think it is fun to break trail up steep terrain. Conversely, Boreas Pass Rd is a heavily used route - so you often encounter many people when you go up or down this trail. Fun photos from the outing below:
|Climbing up Indiana Creek with about 3-4 inches of fresh snow on existing tracks.|
|High up on Boreas - 1-2 inches of fresh snow on the heavily packed main trail. If you step|
off the main tracks you sink into 8+ inches of snow!
|Most of the way down Boreas skijoring on a packed trail as we encounter a group of skiers.|
Those going uphill are always so jealous of my Siberian partners as they said, "Wow, we could
certainly use some of their help too!"