The day after the BIG fast moving storm that dropped 16 inches of new snow was one to dry out and try to find your way in the very low visibility conditions. The snow got a bit green-housed (humidity and fog adds heat and moisture to dry snow) and the east wind was blowing a bit too much, but it was still great skiing. Super crowded inbounds right away, so Cutter and I headed straight into the white-out of the backcountry ridge and made several laps in the trees of Dutch's Draw. We found some great snow in wind sheltered nooks and crannies.
Hooked up with Roy later and enjoyed a Square Top Loft. Nice. We were all pretty tired and beat up from yesterday's storm mayhem and inbounds shredding.