Last Day of the Season

2018-03-29T15:39:21+00:00 March 29th, 2018|

Like the final chord of a epic rock concert, we are dropping the mic on this season.  It’s done folks.  Game over. Finito.

We took out one last snowkitten today, packed full of eager powder addicts.  It was one to remember with 10 inches of fresh, March powder, falling in the last 24 hours.  A fitting ending to a very satisfying season.

From all of our team here at Steamboat Powdercats, we thank each and every guest who came to visit and wanted to visit us this season.  You are the brotherhood of the backcountry and the sisterhood of the snowcats and we applaud all you do for and with us.  Our world would certainly be less entertaining if it wasn’t for you.  We know from the bottom of our spoiled rotten but thankful hearts that our partnership is key to making this amazing world even richer than it already is. Thank you!

To all our partners who made this season happen with us, we tip our hat to you as well.  You know who you are.  With out you, we wouldn’t have the food, the fuel, the gear and the goods to pull off what we do.  Most importantly, a big thanks goes out to our friends who manage Buffalo Pass and the Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest.  Your job juggling all things everything is daunting.  We appreciate the hard work and long hours you put in to manage the chaos.

As we do, we are tearing down our facilities on the pass tomorrow, walking the cats off the hill and putting this season to rest.

Saturday we head to Jackson Hole for our company party.  If you are up there in Jackson this weekend, look for the massive posse of unleashed Powdercat guides.  Bring it on!

Thank you Rob Bannister for working as the POWTOGRAPHER today.  You da man man.

Check out all the great shots here.

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Powder Pan Is the mythical creature you may see traveling around Buff Pass snapping stills and reeling movies of all the people ripping up the deepest of powders.