I had to do something I really hated yesterday. I had to pull passes from two really nice young men who were going a little to fast for conditions, accidently collided, and took out a young woman HARD! as they slid to a stop.
So this is just a little head’s-up: on clear days when the visibility is good and the snow conditions are fast, it’s easy to get going faster than you can stop. Remember, Washington’s law says we shall not collide with other people or objects. That doesn’t mean you can’t fall down…it just means you gotta plan so that IF you fall down, you don’t hurt yourself or anybody else. Ya’ gotta create maximum space as you overtake people and ski/ride close to things.
Ski conditions will continue to be fast and firm (air conditions will be sunny and warm) for a bit, so be careful out there!