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31 Jan 2013, Posted by Master of Chaos in Blog, 1 Comments

16″ Powder Day


16″ Powder Day

This storm cycle continues to crush it for Colorado as reports look deep in most mountain locations. Here on Buffalo Pass, we received a deep blast overnight with 16″ at our cabin’s snowstake. Add this dumpage to the feet of snow we’ve received since this all started last Thursday and you know that it’s all good baby!

Today was a bit tricky though. The snow came in with some wind so it was denser than yesterday and made for some interesting slabs and navigation for our groups and guides. With that said, it was amazing for us to be out there lapping up some of the deepest snow that our guests have ever been in.

Along with our normal snow celebrities th

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29 Jan 2013, Posted by Master of Chaos in Blog, 0 Comments

Great, Big Powder Day


Great, Big Powder Day

Oh my, what a day of cat skiing it was. After waking up and seeing that Steamboat got 24″ in 24-hrs we over the top excited to see for ourselves how deep and how light the snow was on Buff. It was not a let down by any means. Some in the cat said it was their “Best Day Ever!” and the slideshow proves that it was light, deep and possibly one of your better days on your boards.

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28 Jan 2013, Posted by Master of Chaos in Blog, 1 Comments

SNOWING ALL DAY!


SNOWING ALL DAY!

The faucet was turned on again today as this late January winter storm has arrived. Feels oh so good to be getting into a snow cycle once again. Today was brilliant as far as the slate being clean once again.

For those itching for some deep powder, call us up as we have space the next few days. Review our calendar here.

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17 Jan 2013, Posted by Master of Chaos in Blog, 0 Comments

Adaptive Skiing 2013


Adaptive Skiing 2013

Today we hosted the Steamboat All Mountain Ski Camp to Steamboat Powdercats and guess what – it was AMAZING! This is always one of our favorite days of the year as our friends from STARS Steamboat and Adaptive Adventures organize a select group of adaptive skiers and volunteers to come rip the powder on Buffalo Pass. 2 cats full of volunteers, adaptive athletes and Steamboat Powdercats guides shared the backcountry experience together and made dreams come true. Love this day and look forward to next season.

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02 Jan 2013, Posted by Master of Chaos in Blog, 1 Comments Tagged

How to ski powder?


How to ski powder?

A Level I tour at Steamboat Powdercats is a great way to learn how to ski and ride powder. Today we had a Level I and the crew took to the powder and figured out how to ski and ride powder by the end of the day…mostly. Of course there is a learning curve that some have a hard time breaking thru but for the majority of the crew, by the end of the day figured it out.

As one of the only cat operations that offers this Intro to Powder Skiing cat, we provide you with the tools for success in the powder. Our guides will provide you with tips and hints to get you going. The powder speaks for itself as unlike learning at a ski area where it gets super tracked up quickly, with us the powder is clean and fresh and you’ll get 8-12 runs to practice your powder skills. By the end of the day you will have skied more fresh powder then ever in your life and this alone will give you the experience for the next time in the fresh.

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