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Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Cat skiing terrain at Chatter Creek

From SX3 and MCO to the Clamshell on Chatter Creek's South and West Sides South Side and West Side ski terrain at Chatter Creek. The top of Oh my Gord in SX3 is visible beyond MCO Pass, at the far left of the photo. MCO slopes down to the right from the pass to the trees in the center left. Beyond the MCO trees are the draws containing RUZM (Right up ze middle) and Elbow Drive. Beyond Elbow Drive, South Park is partially visible sloping down from the highest point at the left of the photo. Lakeview is visible in the background, beyond the foot of South Park. To the right of this collage, a cat road climbs in the shadow through the Clamshell to the Pearl and Oyster Bowl in the new Lakeside Addition. To the right of the Clamshell, the Plank and Forbidden Fruit drop into Fruit Loops, which is accessed from Oyster Bowl, beyond the ridge. This terrain lies in the Kitchen Range of the Rocky Mountains.

At any one time, only 36 guests and 6 guides share the Chatter Creek cat skiing terrain, of which, this photo shows perhaps 20%. Chatter Creek offers boundless powder skiing!

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