It was a day of "late March powder fun" on the trails at Swan Valley Recreation Area.
|Kicking up powder as we sprint along an untouched side trail.|
We spent about 1/2 the day on "untouched side trails" enjoying 3-8 inches of fresh powder all to ourselves. We spent the other 1/2 the day on snowmobile tracks recently laid in the day's fresh powder. Late March powder is always fun, as the video shows below:
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Max & Zorro were quite impressed with the day's conditions...
|"Yes - I am having a GREAT time!" says happy Max at one of our turnaround points.|
"Me too - can you see me?!?" agrees happy Zorro struggling to peek over tall Max to express
|"Right, left or straight? We want to do it all!" state the happy brothers as we pause at a|
junction in the trail to decide which snowmobile track to follow.
Max knows what to do with fresh powder...
|Max rolling a snow angel and giving himself a face full of powder - a Siberian Treat!|
Zorro surveying the landscape as we wait for Max to finish his snow angel.
A powder day in late March covering 9.7 miles with 900 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 18 MPH.
2013/2014 Season to Date: 117 days on the trails covering 1010.2 miles with 117,200 feet of elevation climbed.