The womb of Macpherson
Great day to be out in the mountains. Cloudy, snowy and occasionally almost sunny. I headed up Macpherson at 715 am and headed towards the summit. 3.5 hours and 6000 feet later I was there. A perfect 10 cm lay on top of our older snows, carvable and fast and definitely sloughing off steeper terrain. Alone and free I shredded the womb top to bottom, grabbed a lunch and headed back up.
The second run off from just below the summit was better than the first. I went steeper and the snow seemed even better. Keeping a keen eye on my slough I had a great time shredding down. So much fun to go out and ski around fast and free.
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