The past couple storms have filled in the mountain enough to ride most all of the terrain at Whitefish Mountain Resort. These first few weeks of powder are always my favorite because the un-opened areas stay primo all day long…..We never duck ropes though!
The trees are filling in nicely and early seson senders are being sent!!
I ain’t afraid of no ghost!! Snowghosts (very common to Whitefish Mountain) are starting to form in the upper reaches of the mountain. Here I am practicing some “ghostbusting” on some adolescent snowghosts.
Early seaon coverage reveals beargrass, stumps and of course rocks, so beware of bumps in your landing zone. I stomped a stump out on this little sender on Schmidt’s Chute.
Whitefish Mountain Resort is an all-around great time. From some of the country’s longest groomer runs, to the steep tree glades that hold powder weeks after a storm, there’s no better place for a long day of shredding with friends. If you make it out here, get a hold of my mom Pam, or hit her up on Facebook, she loves to house and feed ravioli to any and all snowboarders.
all photos by: www.jacobeubankphotography.com