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Bald Face www.baldface.net
Guests will wake up around 7 a.m. to prepare for the powder with hot coffee and a big breakfast buffet. On the first morning, everyone is required to sign insurance waivers, then practice using their avalanche transceivers. After the logistics are taken care of, it's time to load up the snowcat and zoom up to the powder stashes over and over again. The coolers, brimming with goodies, are for guests to enjoy throughout the day so nobody ever feels hungry. Average groups get 8-12 runs or 10,000-18,000 vertical feet in one day. After the final weary descent, guests return to the lodge to warm up near the fire, saddle up to the bar, reminisce with fellow powderhounds, relax in the hot tubs, receive a massage, or stretch out tired muscles before dinner. When the bell rings, it's time for everyone to gather for an exquisite hearty meal to fuel up for tomorrow's adventure. Sleep comes easily then it's time to do it again.

Powder Cowboys www.islandlakelodge.com
The Canadian Rocky Mountains are famous for the majestic peaks that reach for the skies. They also produce some of the driest snowflakes in North America, for perfect powder days.

Skiing/Riding at Powder Cowboy is good to excellent most of the time, but nothing is perfect! Conditions in the mountains can change dramatically overnight. Do not despair if you hear discouraging reports shortly before your trip. It often changes favorably at the snap of a finger.




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