A rare treat - laying fresh tracks all the way up Boreas Pass!
|First on the trail as we laid fresh tracks in 3-5 inches of new powder all the way up Boreas!|
Quick geography lesson on Boreas in the photo below: if you crossed the open meadow in front of Zorro & Jack and then drifted through the trees for a bit then you would eventually run into Indiana Creek. Indiana Creek is a popular destination for moose and we have spotted moose in this meadow before. You can also see moose tracks traversing through the meadow. Clearly Zorro & Jack "sensed" moose and had to hop off trail to scan for moose.
|"Sniff, sniff - we smell you -where are you?!?" say the moose seekers.|
|"Turnaround = roll around!" demonstrates snow angel rolling Jack.|
"He's rolling angels again. Surprise - NOT!" declares Zorro.
|Keeping in the freshies all the way down!|
Why use the track you set on the way up when you can stay in the freshies all the way down?
|"Ready for more!" says 'not tired yet' Zorro.|
"Now that was FUN!" declares young Jack (this was his first outing laying
fresh tracks all day long).
2018/2019 Season to Date: 11 days on the trails covering 52.1 miles with 5050 feet of elevation climbed.