That's some misnomer. Hop a ferry across Howe Sound from Horseshoe Bay to Gibson and - just like magic - it's the Sunshine Coast!
The sun did bless us for a minute, though.
The namesake peak of Tetrahedron Provincial Park
Alex skis from the summit of Steele, tidewater visible on the left.
We had a good run down the east side of Steele.
This avalanche chute had really fun terrain.
Elevation: 1000 m, give or take. Snowpack: 4 m, give or take.
Working for some epic northwest-facing powder, Howe Sound in the background, plus the avy chute we skied on Steele.
More snow last night called for investigation this morning. I wonder if he saw that sign!?
You know it's good when he makes a telemark turn.
Alex does a stability test.
Thanks for babysitting the LN2 for me, Smarajit!
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oh wow - you timed that beautifully. It's not often that good there