Must have been a firewall issue, the page works at home. Thanks for the link. Next picture in the series wasn't too bad either. Not your typical BK sweetie.
(Hope I wasn't cyper-gawking at a relative of yours.
If you considered Lower Route 66 a "relatively" narrow trail, what do you consider a narrow trail?
Snow coverage is real good in the picture. Bare spots in the middle usually appear in a few hours, even on powder days. Adds to the challenge I guess. My favorite line is on the far skier's left side of the trail, doing a series of "check/hop" type turns in a real narrow corridor. In spots you can go off the trail to skier's left and bounce back up onto the trail. I think that line is actually easier than negotiating the chairlift poles, bare spots, washboard bumps and stranded skiers in the middle of the trail.