Imagine this: you book a cat skiing trip months in advance. The anticipation is made bearable only by frequent daydreams of the pow laps that await. The date of your trip approaches, you pack your bags and are ready to go. Then, you get a phone call. It’s raining; conditions are bad. The snow is crust and the weather is going to get worse. You have no other option than to suck it up and make the trip. Fingers are crossed.
That’s exactly what happened last winter to the Revision Skis team. However, the dreadful tale turned delightful a day before the crew arrived at Fernie Wilderness Adventures. The rain became snow, providing bottomless pow turns over the course of the next four days. The crew jumped, jibbed and hucked their way all around the cat operation, with cameras rolling the whole time.