No more Meteo-Morris on wepowder


  • stauchaser
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    stauchaser op 14 October 2020 · 18:35
    Lively discussion on the Dutch site about Meteo-Morris no longer being affiliated or employed by wepowder.

    The automatic snowfall maps with the pretty colours have gotten better over time, but still need some good ol' fashioned brainpower to give the detailed advice. Morris' written PA's and advice on where to go have been the real value-add on this site. Here's hoping @Arjen can find someone to fill some pretty big boots.


    *message edited by stauchaser op 14 Oct 2020 18:50 (5% bewerkt)
  • Storpotatisen
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    Storpotatisen op 16 October 2020 · 13:50
    Wait, wot, why?
    ~~Storpotatisen~~
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
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    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 20 October 2020 · 22:21
    I'm bummed but best wishes to Morris.
  • opisska
    opisska op 21 October 2020 · 11:47
    What a shame! Very few people have single-handedly changed my life without ever meeting me as much as he did.
  • Arjen
    Advanced
    Arjen op 22 October 2020 · 09:41
    @Stauchaser Yep, working on that one. 😃
    One day, they'll invent synthetic powder, ban all kinds of work and give you a free liftpass...
  • Pichel
    Advanced
    Pichel op 25 October 2020 · 12:26
    Bummer! Not much time left and we may be missing the first serious powder alerts -> see front rolling in tomorrow through south alps / Airolo / Andermatt / Engadin. Please get the ball rolling again!
  • Fuschetto
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    Fuschetto op 8 December 2020 · 18:48
    Sad news.
    I hope the best for Morris. And a long life to We Powder.
    Fusk
  • Jenson
    Jenson op 4 January 2021 · 15:52
    No Farewell, no bye bye, no tribute. No nothing. I always thought Morris/WePowder is the same or he is the founder.
    @stauchaser What happened? Why is he off? Did he get fired from the company he created?
  • ieism
    Tourist
    ieism op 4 January 2021 · 19:05
    I'll post a quick response as there has been some speculation on the Dutch site as well that Morris has responded to there. I'll translate part of it here for you.

    Morris has stopped with Wepowder, after 15 years to focus on other things in his life. Wonderfull years mostly with lots of great trips, but also a few very tough moments were we lost friends and had to deal with the aftermath of that. He dedicated so much time to the site and weather forecasts, but that also meant he did not have as much free time as a normal person needs because when you are a snow guru everybody want a piece of your time 24/7.
    Morris is focusing on new things and went back to study after realising in the last decade how fragile the mountains and our environment are.
    A big thank you from him for all the memories and great years!

    So Arjen, who has been running Wepowder with him for more than a decade, will continue the site as normal. With help from the technical team. The Dutch site has already picked up with great content, also from regulars posting their own trip reports or content. Weather is taken care of by a new and very good forecaster, I'm sure there will be regular updates for the English site too when we are all allowed to travel again. Maybe you can post here what kind of content besides forecast you are most interested in and I'll see if we can translate and crosspost more.

    For those wanting to give him a farewell, you could start a topic with your favorite powder moment that could not have happened without Morris' forecast. Or a short story or thank you, whatever you feel is best. If you hit over 35 posts in that topic I will compile them into a little book and send it to him as a memory. So start digging for pictures!

    See you in the mountains!



    *message edited by ieism op 4 Jan 2021 19:17 (1% bewerkt)
    splitfest.nl
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 4 January 2021 · 19:22
    I did a trip Verbier->La Grave->Chamonix->Andermatt->Airolo->Madesimo->Corvatsch->Andermatt 7 years ago, following Wepowder/MeteoMorris forecasts. I have an incredibly obnoxious trip report. Do you really want that?
    *message edited by Chester_Tartsnatcher op 4 Jan 2021 19:23 (3% bewerkt)
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 4 January 2021 · 19:25
    First section, more if requested:
    >>>>
    Well my wife ran off with my dog
    And my truck engine is blown
    So I headed off to ski Yurope
    Seeing how I was down

    On my way to the airport
    I picked up some Cheez Whiz spread
    To go with my new outfit
    It's Orange - a rhyming dread

    On my way through the security scanner
    The TSA dude grabbed the jar
    Of the dairy byproduct mystery
    And this he said from afar:

    "This heayah jars a threat
    "To our national security
    "And to our bodily fluids
    "Not to mention our liberty

    "I'm taking your jar of Cheez Whiz
    "Even if it's not aerosol
    "So get on out of heayah
    "Before you go in the body search stall

    So I left the security area
    And I knew I couldn't be wrong
    That this incident would give me
    A new hit Country Song

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    I was troubled and downcast
    As I headed to the gate
    What was I to do
    To get some orange and not be late?

    With my Spirit Animal Cheez Whiz
    Back in the security trash can
    What other orange food byproduct
    Could I get now in post scan?

    I searched the snack food items
    To replace my lost Cheez Whiz
    I wander in search of a totem
    From neon lit biz to biz

    And then it struck me clearly
    From a Frito-Lay Display
    A Cheeto was what I needed
    To clear the air today


    So I accepted the Flying Cheeto
    As my new Spirit Animal
    And I climbed into my seat
    And set off for the Swiss Capitol.

    On landing in Geneva
    My entry was in the lurch
    For in my luggage did customs
    Perform an illegal cheese search.

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    For those Yuros are protective
    Of the fine cuisine they eat
    And won't tolerate abberations
    In cheese or mystery meat

    In time the douaniers
    Became mostly satisfied
    And into a Swiss train
    My cheetos and I did slide

    So on to Martigny
    Where Mulletizer picked me up
    And wound up into Verbier
    To sit and drink and sup.

    The next day dawned stormy
    With a foot or more of fresh
    So on up to old Savoleyres
    We did a powdah sesh


    From Savoleyres To Attelas
    But not Gele - it's closed
    We rallied powdah turns
    And faced the powdah hosed

    Vallon d'Arby looked awesome
    But for time we were quite stressed
    And instead raged around Tortin
    And Oh man I'm impressed.


    Then across a traverse wicked
    Into a col we poled
    And into more deep powder
    In the Col des Mines I'm told



    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    The Col des Mines was awesome
    In shin deep pow we played
    Then back to get Ms. Mulletizer
    And off for more pow we made



    After shredding across 2 vallees
    We sat down to a feast
    And dranked and talked and laughed
    The apricot schnapps not the least.

    On rising next morn early
    At 5 or so no more
    We packed the car and headed
    To the bakeries back door



    There met by steam a curling
    From croissants freshly baked
    On down past Martigny
    Old Mulletizer deftly braked

    Then on to the Autoroute
    In early France we rolled
    And recounted fond memories
    Of La Grave, that land extolled.


    By 10 we were ensconsed
    In the telepherique parking lot
    And laughing ladies shouted "ouvre la bouche"
    And spritzes of Chartreuse we got

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    So up into La Meije
    We lifted one again
    It's been so long last I did this
    At least 7 years and 10



    The Vallon it skied so sweet
    And so did the Chancel side
    It was only yesterdays powder
    The source of Ecrins pride.


    Then on to the birthday party
    At the Refugio Chancel
    It's Fils' 40th birthday
    And man did he give them hell


    From Pot au Feu to Genepi
    We ate and drank and talked
    Until the Euro Disco
    At midnight that I balked


    Those thumping Euro crazies
    Dancing shirtless did perspire
    So I huddled away in my bunk
    But some earplugs I did desire

    https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/X4gpzsRkTwUerSaKxeLynUOOf61fMHA1IjsH...
    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/hmGpDOXDzdsEm-J0F_GDs8-YwmobtosurB6x...
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    On morn the wasted partiers
    Did gently break their fast
    With coffee, cake and liquor
    Their sobriety did not last.
    <<<
  • ieism
    Tourist
    ieism op 4 January 2021 · 19:51
    Yeah man, everyone is sitting at home dreaming about traveling. We could use a trip report don't you think?
    splitfest.nl
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 5 January 2021 · 05:48
    Well my wife ran off with my dog
    And my truck engine is blown
    So I headed off to ski Yurope
    Seeing how I was down

    On my way to the airport
    I picked up some Cheez Whiz spread
    To go with my new outfit
    It's Orange - a rhyming dread

    On my way through the security scanner
    The TSA dude grabbed the jar
    Of the dairy byproduct mystery
    And this he said from afar:

    "This heayah jars a threat
    "To our national security
    "And to our bodily fluids
    "Not to mention our liberty

    "I'm taking your jar of Cheez Whiz
    "Even if it's not aerosol
    "So get on out of heayah
    "Before you go in the body search stall

    So I left the security area
    And I knew I couldn't be wrong
    That this incident would give me
    A new hit Country Song

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    I was troubled and downcast
    As I headed to the gate
    What was I to do
    To get some orange and not be late?

    With my Spirit Animal Cheez Whiz
    Back in the security trash can
    What other orange food byproduct
    Could I get now in post scan?

    I searched the snack food items
    To replace my lost Cheez Whiz
    I wander in search of a totem
    From neon lit biz to biz

    And then it struck me clearly
    From a Frito-Lay Display
    A Cheeto was what I needed
    To clear the air today

  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 5 January 2021 · 05:48
    So I accepted the Flying Cheeto
    As my new Spirit Animal
    And I climbed into my seat
    And set off for the Swiss Capitol.

    On landing in Geneva
    My entry was in the lurch
    For in my luggage did customs
    Perform an illegal cheese search.

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    For those Yuros are protective
    Of the fine cuisine they eat
    And won't tolerate abberations
    In cheese or mystery meat

    In time the douaniers
    Became mostly satisfied
    And into a Swiss train
    My cheetos and I did slide

    So on to Martigny
    Where Mulletizer picked me up
    And wound up into Verbier
    To sit and drink and sup.

    The next day dawned stormy
    With a foot or more of fresh
    So on up to old Savoleyres
    We did a powdah sesh


    From Savoleyres To Attelas
    But not Gele - it's closed
    We rallied powdah turns
    And faced the powdah hosed

    Vallon d'Arby looked awesome
    But for time we were quite stressed
    And instead raged around Tortin
    And Oh man I'm impressed.


    Then across a traverse wicked
    Into a col we poled
    And into more deep powder
    In the Col des Mines I'm told



    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    The Col des Mines was awesome
    In shin deep pow we played
    Then back to get Ms. Mulletizer
    And off for more pow we made



    After shredding across 2 vallees
    We sat down to a feast
    And dranked and talked and laughed
    The apricot schnapps not the least.

    On rising next morn early
    At 5 or so no more
    We packed the car and headed
    To the bakeries back door



    There met by steam a curling
    From croissants freshly baked
    On down past Martigny
    Old Mulletizer deftly braked

    Then on to the Autoroute
    In early France we rolled
    And recounted fond memories
    Of La Grave, that land extolled.


    By 10 we were ensconsed
    In the telepherique parking lot
    And laughing ladies shouted "ouvre la bouche"
    And spritzes of Chartreuse we got

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    So up into La Meije
    We lifted one again
    It's been so long last I did this
    At least 7 years and 10



    The Vallon it skied so sweet
    And so did the Chancel side
    It was only yesterdays powder
    The source of Ecrins pride.
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 5 January 2021 · 05:49
    *
    Then on to the birthday party
    At the Refugio Chancel
    It's Fils' 40th birthday
    And man did he give them hell


    From Pot au Feu to Genepi
    We ate and drank and talked
    Until the Euro Disco
    At midnight that I balked


    Those thumping Euro crazies
    Dancing shirtless did perspire
    So I huddled away in my bunk
    But some earplugs I did desire


    On morn the wasted partiers
    Did gently break their fast
    With coffee, cake and liquor
    Their sobriety did not last.
    *message edited by Chester_Tartsnatcher op 5 Jan 2021 06:00 (23% bewerkt)
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 5 January 2021 · 05:50
    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    We stuffed our packed with bottles
    And carefully skied to P1
    To download those and kegs
    One attached to Mulletizer's bum


    Then the rest of the day we ratted
    All around that sacred ground
    Until the wind came up
    and the snow it started down

    Then Mulletizer had to go
    Back to the land of dad
    And then I got a message
    That made me oh so glad

    Darshan from Chamonix
    Was heading down La Grave Way
    And the snow it closed in hard
    Promising next a powder day.

    When Darshan he did arrive
    We wandered around the town
    Up to the old Church
    And La Neige it did come down.

    Next day it dawned bright blue
    With 30 cm and more
    And Risque d'Avalanche just at 3
    Instead of a dreaded 4.


    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    And so we railed the Vallon
    Not once, not twice, but 4
    Not just from top to P1
    But from top to the Valley Floor

    That way the day was spent
    Lone raging pow in steep chutes
    And spent the night wandering imbibing
    Of meat and cheese and fruits



    Next day it broke bright blue again
    And this day was the treat
    They opened up the poma
    Up on the high Girose teat.



    5 Girose laps we made in bitter cold
    The pow was thigh deep and light
    We skied until the sun was down
    And set to drive at night

    Along the Romanche we began to roll
    When a slapping sound did tell
    That tire pressure along a ledge
    Was really not doiung well.

    So curse and thrash above the rage
    Of the river far below
    We dug out headlamps and did replace
    A flat tire in that snow.

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    Later in Cham sushi was had
    Before a drink or two
    Then off to snooze a z or so
    While in more snow it blew.

    On waking my pal Darshan
    Was feeling not so well
    So off he sent me to Grands-Montets
    Where pow that day did dwell.


    No lines, no crowds was this the place
    I've heard in stories all?
    All day I got the ball massage
    From powder deep and tall.

    Next day from Argentiere to Lavancher
    We rode the chowder light
    Teetering o'er the cliffs and drops
    Until the time was right







    To Vallorcine I got a ride
    And rolled past Gornergrat
    On and on into the night
    Finally to old Andermatt




  • Jenson
    Jenson op 5 January 2021 · 12:12
    A very nice story Mr Tartsnachter and sounds like one hell of powdrish trip!
    Actually I don t really have a story when we followed Morris` advices. We had to find it by ourselves, or maybe Livigno some years ago was a great advice.
    When we were in Japan back in the day we had a great winter one time with snow almost every day and one bad winter with only 2 dumps in 16 days. Once back in Canada we only had untracked lines when we did catskiing, otherwise competition was quicker than we were. And the winter at that time also wasn t best...

    And in our favorite spots in Austria we are there to catch most of the dumps anyways but the competition there also gets bigger and bigger.
    But all the stories about the hidden gems in Switzerland and the Savoies were so nice to read and the pics so epic to watch. The Video of Morris and buddy some years back when he did a swiss roadtrip also visiting Mürren inspired us to go to Mürren some years later and it was good times. Not that much snow, and not the biggest resort, but only a few freeriders and some great lines. We had first lines for one or two days...which is pretty good nowadays.
    Morris` weather forecasts with all his experience with genua lows and all the stau-scenarios e.g. have just been the SHIT!!!
    Sad for us and all his followers here and in social media, good for him and his time riding surf-and snowboards.
    So Morris, bye-bye and hope to see you back on wepowder someday...
  • Storpotatisen
    Advanced
    Storpotatisen op 5 January 2021 · 19:05
    Truly a nice story from The Tartsnatcher! Thanks.
    I'm afraid I cannot match that, but I do remember that one time when Morris had us drive from Zurich, via Murren, to Macugnaga. A long drive, but according to rumours around town, it was well worth it... 😃

    =
    ~~Storpotatisen~~
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 6 January 2021 · 01:25
    There's more, but I couldn't post it. Let me see if I can now.
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 6 January 2021 · 01:28
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    There Birdo met me at the train
    And set me up in time
    And introduced me to his girlfriend Serighna
    I couldn't help but rhyme

    Next day brought storm on the Gemstock
    But old Danny knew a sleaze
    On through the Gotthard Tunnel we drove
    To ski Airolo Trees



    Airolo was meters deep in snow
    And much too much they had
    82 cm that night
    Tits deep the skiing's rad.

    The lower tram and half a drag
    Were all the lifts in play
    Steep hidden trees face deep in snow
    Was all we did that day.




    By evening a plan was laid
    To head for more deep snow
    Off to a corner of Italy
    A place called Madesimo.

    Past Lake Como and Lugano did we drive
    In Birdos faithful van
    Past Chiavenna and Campodolcino
    Was the driving plan.

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    In blinding snow, on tiny curves
    Through tunnels small and old
    Up to a land of Baker deep
    The snow it lay in fold



    On mornings entry the story stays
    Too much snow for lifts on high
    Over breakfast did we kvetch
    And moan and whine and sigh.



    So the lower trees did we ski
    In tits deep snow again
    And in the gondy did we make
    A new friend Italien

    We queried Robbie as to routes
    He seemd the skier d00d.
    He cautioned us as to the dangers
    And beckoned us to food.

    So after laps of chest deep snow
    To his clear yurt we went
    Below the Larici gondy
    The transparent circular tent.

    He plied us with wine and meat
    And cheeses and breads and fruit
    But when it came time to pay
    He became a stubborn mute

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    Refused to take our Euros
    Or hear of renumeration
    The only thing he would take
    Was good vibes in compensation

    In that afternoon, the freezing levels did rise
    And at the bottom: rain.
    From wet and slop one emotion arose
    And that was of disdain.

    So into the van we hopped and drove
    Down into Chiavenna town
    And wandered streets and alleyways
    But the weather had us down



    Too North, there was too little snow
    Too south there was too much
    We scanned the options in between
    For just the right snow touch

    Sankt Moritz was an option told
    The Engadin positioned well
    For storms to dump while staying cold
    The snow deep and light and swell

    On to the Swiss border
    Where they didn't like our styles
    And questioned us and took our passports
    Before we got any more Swiss miles
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 6 January 2021 · 03:34
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away

    In Pontresina, rooms were tight
    So to a pensione we rolled
    And found that to our delight
    There was price and comfort extolled.

    Sankt Moritz has lifts abound
    To the Corvatsch we drove
    The Swiss Precision managed well
    The snow that lay in loads






    Couloirs, pillows, rolling meadows
    Filled with tits deep fluff
    Goggles packed, beards encrusted
    All the perfect stuff.

    West backside couloir slayed
    With sloughs and spooks galore
    By end of day I'm cooked and done
    What can one want for more?

    The long drive back to Andermatt
    Is cold and dark and gloom.
    Landing back at Gasthaus Sternen
    All too glad for bed and room.


    Last day in Andermatt is blown
    With Gemstock still in storm
    So pow was ripped and glad tiding shared
    At Natschen as is norm.

    By 2 the storm had shut
    The draglifts even there
    So the time had come to pack and leave
    And head off elsewhere.

    My only regret
    Is not roaming East
    To ski just a bit
    With the IBK TR-tistes

    ********************************
    Oh the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Took My Cheez Whiz Away
    Yes the TSA Took My Cheez Whiz Away
  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
    Expert
    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 6 January 2021 · 03:36
    the end
  • stauchaser
    Advanced
    stauchaser op 6 January 2021 · 12:13
    We were around Innsbruck something like 10 years, riding mostly the smaller areas in northern Zillertal. We still had 3 days before the flight back home when finding good snow got a bit too hard. Stumbled on this website called wepowder for the first time. Wherefrom we gathered that, apparently, there was good snow to be ridden in a place called Arabba.

    We had never heard of Arabba before.

    Seems we also weren’t adept at using booking_com or trivago at that point (or maybe they just didn’t exist yet), because we called a hotel in Arabba to inquire about accommodation, and the landlady informed us that we might have trouble getting there, because of ”too much snow on the road”.

    That sure got us interested.

    So, with wepowder snowinfo confirmed, we drove thru Brenner pass down to the Dolomites to our first Meteo-Morris -advised powder alert.

    - - - -

    Besides the immense utility of weather forecasts, which have been invaluable over the years, wepowder also turned out to be a just a treasure trove of information on the Alps. Not only did we find out about and visit Arabba, but dozens of lesser-known areas (secret spots, they used to be called) that sometimes only had like 2 lifts and no crowds that compete for pow (though this is getting more of a rare occurrence lately. Everybody wants to ride powder).

    Anyhow, in the decade since Arabba, Morris’ powder alerts have been our guide to when and where to go in the Alps - or, as was the case during the January drought in 2020, to the Pyrenëes - with astonishigly reliable results. We always ride powder, sometimes catching 2 powder alerts in different parts of the Alps during our longer trip.

    As for myself, since 2010, there have been 2 people that have influenced my riding. There’s Jeremy Jones, who pretty much inspired me to buy a splitboard with Deeper. And then there’s Meteo-Morris. And I haven’t really ridden my splitboards that much, because we’ve always known when and where to go for the lift-accessed powder. Thanks, Morris.

    JK
    on behalf of Chasingthefront crew from Finland
  • ieism
    Tourist
    ieism op 7 January 2021 · 18:46
    I enjoythe stories powder brothers! Lots of familiar places, seems like you know whats up. Next time you go from Madesimo to the upper Engadine make sure to check if the Maloja lift is running (you have to pay cash, so bring some CHF) .
    And if Airolo is too busy, try Cari or Nara with a sudstau.
    splitfest.nl
  • ieism
    Tourist
    ieism op 7 January 2021 · 18:46
    I enjoythe stories powder brothers! Lots of familiar places, seems like you know whats up. Next time you go from Madesimo to the upper Engadine make sure to check if the Maloja lift is running (you have to pay cash, so bring some CHF) .
    And if Airolo is too busy, try Cari or Nara with a sudstau.
    splitfest.nl

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  • Inspirational freeride routes
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