Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Fresh Tracks on Boreas Pass

We enjoyed laying fresh tracks all the way up Boreas Pass today.
Up we go laying fresh tracks in 2-4 inches of fresh snow the entire route up Boreas Pass.
Approaching Bakers Tank as we continue to "set the track" up Boreas Pass

We skijored just over a mile past Bakers Tank before deciding to turn around and head back the same path.
"Turnaround? Ok, it's always a fun & fast route back!" declares happy Max.
"I'm listening, I'm turning; but what about the fresh snow in front of us?" asks curious Zorro.

It was a peaceful return leg jogging in the track we set on the way up. A rare photo below:
Max doing the patented "hunt-n-jog" that he & Zorro have perfected to take in wildlife without
breaking stride. So, what is rare about this? Well, Zorro did not join in the "hunt-n-jog". Normally
it is both hunting or nobody hunting, not one hunting...

Always nice to get a "shot from the front" as Nancy captured us finishing the day back at the Boreas Pass Trailhead.
Happy boys running to the finish!

Tally for the day: 7.7 miles with 750 feet of elevation as we laid fresh tracks all the way up and then rode our tracks all the way back down.

2013/2014 Season to Date: 140 days on the trails covering 1215.0 miles with 139,700 feet of elevation climbed.

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