One late evening recently, I spent a couple of hours with Brian Johnson, Lead Groomer at Deer Valley Resort. Brian took me for a ride in his snow cat and I while doing that, I learned quite a few things about weaving white corduroy during the hours the slopes have been temporarily deserted by skiers…
Ski Patroller Peter Thompson ski cutting his way across Ruins of Pompeii on Bald Mountain around 8 am on St Pattys day. Deer Valley’s groomers working hard to turn fresh snow into corduroy on Keno. 8.15 am, Bald Mountain.
So, my very best days at Deer Valley happen when I can, well, make someone’s day—either by turning them onto a new favorite run on the resort, or a new favorite dessert in one of the restaurant. Once in a blue moon, I get to do something really special—which is to make someone a fan
What a great storm! I didn’t have many photo opportunities as we were really busy out on the mountain all weekend, but here are 3 of my favorites from the past couple days. This is what the grooming looked like on Sunday afternoon… after 20+ inches of snow and a lot of skier traffic. The top