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Unread 11-29-2011, 12:04 PM   #1
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British Columbia- Trail pictures

A few trail rides I did over the summer and fall. All these trails are basically in my backyard.

Mara Lake - August






Healy Creek - September












Copper Queen - October







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Unread 11-29-2011, 01:11 PM   #2
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Pretty terrain. Nice pics!
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Unread 11-29-2011, 01:49 PM   #3
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Great outing,looks like the base of BrokenTop hear in Oregon.
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Unread 11-29-2011, 01:54 PM   #4
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I not only hate that you have those trails in your backyard, but also that you have some of the best big mountain skiing on the continent right by you. We were there over last xmas. North bowl is NASTY

Gorgeous pics and Im super jealous. You have a room you'll rent me for free?
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Unread 11-29-2011, 03:50 PM   #5
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Pretty terrain. Nice pics!
Thanks, I have to admit pretty spoiled with the mountains.

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Great outing,looks like the base of BrokenTop hear in Oregon.
They were fantastic outings with the family! The kids love jeeping!

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I not only hate that you have those trails in your backyard, but also that you have some of the best big mountain skiing on the continent right by you. We were there over last xmas. North bowl is NASTY

Gorgeous pics and Im super jealous. You have a room you'll rent me for free?
haha.....I know that I am very lucky, I hear it many times! The best part Revelstoke Mountain Resort Gondola is only a 1/2 mile out my front door. RMR is looking great again this season! Piles of snow last weekend when I went out with the kids (+2ft of POW in Greely Bowl- Powder Assault) and +4.5ft base.

North Bowl is sweet with Monkey and Glades of Glory. Did you manage to hike to the Sub-peak and dive down into Greely Bowl??? Do it next time..sweet views and lots freshy POW! My house is usually packed with family and friends invading my place during ski/boarding season to hit the mountain!
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RMR is looking great again this season! Piles of snow last weekend when I went out with the kids (+2ft of POW in Greely Bowl- Powder Assault) and +4.5ft base.


Seriously Im so jealous Im drooling. Ski season wont start for us here for another 3ish weeks and even then its a 7 hour drive to some decent slopes. Im not even sure Ill make it to the West coast this year. My uncle lives an hour from Red Mountain and Im trying to convince my parents we should have Xmas there

Yea we did greely when we were there. We met a local kid and he talked us into it
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Unread 12-03-2011, 11:32 PM   #7
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It's like a commercial. Kids must love all the snow
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Beautiful scenery. I seriously hate living on the east coast every time I see pictures like these.
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you have one nice backyard!
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amazing pictures, so lucky
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It's like a commercial. Kids must love all the snow
Yes, my kids love the snow...means ski/boarding season is coming!

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Beautiful scenery. I seriously hate living on the east coast every time I see pictures like these.
I would like to get out to the East coast sometime in the fall as I see some amazing photos of the fall colors! I really have been extremely lucky to live where I am at...great place for outdoor activities as a family.

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We are lucky and we try to play in the backyard as much as we can.

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amazing pictures, so lucky
Thank you, again I know we are lucky to have these areas so close to enjoy!
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Wow what a beautiful place.
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Unread 01-29-2012, 12:31 AM   #13
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these are great pics...what a scenic and beautiful area...
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