All the skis are put away with the bindings backed off, the snow cats are tucked in for a long summer nap, and the 2014 – 2015 ski season is officially over!
History will remember this past season for its fickle weather, and challenges finding the excellent snow that we have grown so accustomed to. It’s not that we didn’t have some fabulous skiing, no not at all. We just had to work harder to find it. Our guiding team did a stand up job in that regard and our guests were plenty pleased with the results. All of the new faces in the guiding department fit the Selkirk Wilderness mold like a glove and they very quickly felt comfortably at home on Meadow Mountain. We also dabbled into the dark side with two snowboard guides on splitboards. We received some very positive feedback from our snowboard guests and even some of the skier guests on this front.
This summer we will continue glading and brushing on the front side and home runs, as well as opening up some of the collection zones in the back bowls. We are also looking at some road work which will improve early and late season access.
Thanks for helping make this a great season. We look forward to seeing everyone again next year!
– Kevin Marr, Lead Guide and Outdoor Operations Manager