After the recent storm dropped 2 feet of right side up perfectness in the Cottonwood Canyons, the skies cleared early on Wednesday March 4th. We (The Naton, Mike DeBernardo) were able to pick off some of the low hanging fruit right above Highway 210. The trio of runs faced south through southeast so the window was short, but early that morning, the conditions were stellar. A classic Wasatch storm cycle and definitely one of the best days of the relatively thin season. It was a great day to live in Salt Lake, skiing perfect backcountry pow before heading to work for the day.
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