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Park City May Photo Gallery

By Christopher Comstock | Jul 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Park City May Photo Gallery Murdock Morning Starboard Sunrise May is a beautiful month in Park City and Belize Central America.   The temps are warming with the average High around 53F and the Low 29F.  As mud-season passes, the trails are become increasingly dry enough to hike and mountain bike.  Mid-Mountain trail is almost completely snow…

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Park City April photo gallery

By Christopher Comstock | Jul 23, 2015 | 0 Comments
Park City April photo gallery

Park City April photo gallery Curvey Dreams Golf Sunrise ODC April is the official end of ski season in Park City.  This is a transition month as all the snow begins to melt.  I love the 1st half of April due to warm ski weather and closing day concerts and pond skimming competitions.  Temperatures in…

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Placencia Belize Photo Gallery

By Christopher Comstock | Jul 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Placencia Belize Photo Gallery Placencia is a small town at the end of a long 16 miles of white sandy beach peninsula.  Belize is the only English speaking country in central America.  Belize is an amazing country, with incredible nature and friendly people.  Belize has the lowest population density in Central America and is home to the Belize…

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March photos Park City / march in the park

By Christopher Comstock | May 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

March photos Park City A Fresh Start Soft as Morning The Sunset Lounge March is my favorite month in Park City.  The snowpack has had a chance to accumulate, it’s the snowiest month, and the temperatures are beginning to warm up.  If we’re lucky this month we get to ski powder then get out on the…

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Caye Caulker photo gallery

By Christopher Comstock | May 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Caye Caulker photo gallery Caye Caulker is a small island off the coast of the only English speaking country in central America.  Belize is an amazing country, with incredible nature and friendly people.  Belize has the lowest population density in Central America.  Belize is home to the Belize barrier reef, one of the largest coral…

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Park City February Photos

By Christopher Comstock | May 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Park City February Photos A Grand Night February in Park City is very Busy for local resort workers, especially the city bus drivers.  This is the month of peak ski travel and world cup ski events.  If you are planning on visiting in February its a good idea to book early.  Prices for hotels are…

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Willow Fork Ski Tour – Park City to Brighton

By Christopher Comstock | Apr 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Willow Fork Ski Tour leaves Canyons resort via the ninety-nine ninety backcountry gate, follow the ridge south to silver peak, then ski the West Willow Ridge to Silver Fork bus stop.   Bus ride or hitch hike up to Brighton resort, ski it, turn around and head back. 2,200 Vertical climb Distance 2 miles (each way)  1/4…

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Park City Utah December January photos

By Christopher Comstock | Feb 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

December and January in Park City Utah is full-on ski season.   Every morning crowds of  skiers and snowboarders gather in the plaza before being whisked up the mountain in the gondola.   December is still early in the season but there’s no worry about weather conditions.  Canyons has extensive snow making and excellent snow groomers…

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Backcountry Skiing Basics

By Christopher Comstock | Dec 13, 2014 | 0 Comments
Backcountry skiing basics

Backcountry skiing basics; It’s a cold sunny February day sitting on the Supreme Lift of Alta.  I look across the canyons and see people skiing knee-high powder from a storm 2 days prior… I wish I could be skiing in Grizzly Gulch, but I don’t even know where to get started on the Backcountry skiing basics.…

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Backcountry Skiing Alone

By Christopher Comstock | Dec 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Setting a skin track early morning all alone, the click of the bindings and the sound of snow crunching under the skis is all that breaks the silence.  Suddenly, WHOOMP, the slope avalanches from above and there is no place to go.  When skiing alone there is nobody to dig you out, and even if…

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