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I don't really know the difference between all-mountain, big mountain, and powder skis. It looks like I may be lucky enough to end up with a job next year that would put me in proximity to the Tetons, Sierras, Cascades, or southern Rockies (NM). I have Volkl RTM 84s and Nordica Soul RIders (97 waist). If/when I get out there, am I going to really wish I had some other type of ski? Or is what I have fine? This is just non-essential daydreaming, obviously, but I am sort of curious.
Very exciting news!!! Camelback just released the infographic below on their Facebook page so we all know which trails are open today, and which trails will be open today and tomorrow. Anyone notice a problem? Sullivan Trail, a real black diamond, is open, but unfortunately none of the connecting trails are. Upon an inquiry to this perplexing problem from a random user, here is how Camelback management responded: Does anyone know how I am supposed to ski the only black diamond trail open this weekend? I've already done extensive analysis, and determined that I can't cut over from King Tut/Meadows to John Bailey because that black diamond is closed. I also don't think the connection between Big Pocono and Uncle Bill's Way is open and groomed, and it looks like it might even be an uphill segment based on the trail map. Maybe they made some snow in the glades between Marjie's and Rocket and just forgot to highlight the trail purple? Can any of you Camelback trail experts solve this dilemma?