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[TR] Fairy Meadow Hut Pow Fest - 3/16/2013

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Trip: Fairy Meadow Hut Pow Fest -


Date: 3/16/2013


Trip Report:

The Northern Selkirks got hammered with blower powder during March and I was lucky enough to be tucked away at the Fairy Meadow Hut to enjoy a few days of incredible turns. The terrain, the accommodation and the company all made for a memorable trip.




After two days of skiing bottomless powder in the old-growth we enjoyed a bluebird day and toured up to Friendship Col and then booted to the top of Sentinel Peak.






Then it was back into the trees during another bountiful storm cycle.




And then we got one more bluebird day, which we used to tour up to Unicol.






And then the kids built a kicker.




All in all, a fantastic trip and a worthy destination.


More photos and info here..


Gear Notes:

50 burritos, 4 boxes of wine and three trays of lasagna


Approach Notes:

Try to get the front seat

Edited by Winter

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This is stoke for my trip at the end of April and the first few days of May. Bringing glacier gear, hope to bag some peaks along with turns.

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Fairy Meadows Hut is a great place to go! My only regret is not traversing to and staying at the Sir Sanford Hut.

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