Now, as far as the North Camp goes- I have to disagree with every post I've seen so far on this board and say that North Camp ROCKS.
Next door, the glade trail was in great shape, too. I've nicknamed it "Devil's Sidekick." It's not officially on the map but the fact that there were "caution" signs and it was obviously cleared of underbrush says that Wisp acknowledges it as a trail.
But the trees are so thinned out, it's almost stretching it to call it glades.
Apart from aspen groves, that's pretty much the spacing you find on a lot of forested runs on the east and the west, including the new glades at T-line.
Jimmy- gotta git while the gittin' is good here in the Mid-Atl. Plus, since I'm going to Flori-DUH for Christmas, a little time in the snow is a must. And no, I'm not going for the football game. And yes, I need to talk with my hokie compatriot (I know you're reading this Murph) to see on Jan 6th- depends on the weather and how badly I've broken the bank this Christmas and things like that.
John- T-line is the better of the two hills because of the terrain, but checking Wisp out once would be good.
Criminy, I've got to go pack for this trip down to the sub-tropics. Anyone wanna go spend Christmas with my family for me? I'd rather be skiing... first things first ya know...
If you can safely do GS turns through it, it's tough to call it glades.
Jimmy- gotta git while the gittin' is good here in the Mid-Atl...... I'd rather be skiing... first things first ya know...
Despite all my groveling I can't go that weekend. I even tried to play the sympathy card being as I spent my only ski day so far this year in bed sick . But the wife has to work that weekend and I'll be home with the kids.
However, I have permission to go the following weekend. You free that weekend Jimmy? Roger?
I'd estimate the trees at about 10 feet apart; Tommo estimated them at 15 feet, and you think they're GS potential skiing in them.
RogerZ/JohnL -- when will you be in Utah? I will be out there the last weekend Feb/first of March in big cottonwood area (although we are likely to try all the big/little resorts each)... anyway, while its unlikely you'd enjoy skiing much with me, my friends on the hand who really CAN ski might enjoy some company... and they like da'trees... almost exclusively.
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