Last chance to win a trip with Freeskier to test out next year’s powder skis
Note: Deadline to enter is 2/18/14 at 11:59 p.m. MT.
Keystone Resort is known for its world class A-51 Terrain Park, but it’s also home to great expert-only terrain—ideal zones for testing out powder skis. Keystone Adventure Tours is one of the leading cat ski operations in the United States, and with the help of experienced guides, helps guests explore badass terrain such as the Independence, Erickson and Bergman bowls.
We’ve partnered with Keystone to offer up two nights of lodging and lift tickets, a spot in the cat with Freeskier, and the opportunity to test out next year’s best powder skis, March 21 – 23. To enter, just head to our Facebook page, post a photo of some of the deepest powder you’ve ever skied, and tell us a bit about your experience. Time is running out to enter, so if you haven’t yet, take a bit of inspiration from the below entries, and get to postin’.
Example #1: Moses ‘Joshua’ Smith
Joshua submitted this photo of him hand dragging a powdery pillow in Japan.
“Skied up to this a few times as it grew over a few storms. One day there was a natural bump up to it so we built it up to a small kicker. This was my first or second attempt, I came in way too hot, dragged my hand, the shot came out amazing, then I just kept going. Went back to this spot this year, that branch supporting the whole thing has snapped off – it’ll probably never pillow up again.”
Example #2: Darin Haworth
Darin submitted this photo of him throwing a cork 540 at Grand Targhee.
“After getting almost 2 feet the day before, my friends and I built a kicker and were trying new tricks into the light dry fluffy powder Grand Targhee has to offer. This was a cork 540.”
Example #3: Aaron Bernstein
Aaron Bernstein sending ‘er at Sugarbush, Vermont.
“This photo is from a big December storm we got in Vermont last season. This was the day after the storm when the sun came out and the pow was still deep. This is a secret stash at my home mountain, Sugarbush. This storm was all time and it made the 2012-2013 season one of the best I’ve ever had.”
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