Big Horn Condominiums at Big Sky
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Travel Blogs from Big Sky
... The steep and rocky climb to the ridge felt much tougher than last year. I felt OK but nearly as quick or strong. I had to back off the pace and was passed by several competitors. I regrouped and managed to climb reasonably well up Lone Peak. The wind was really howling and I was glad to have a jacket, gloves, and toque. Off the peak I descended as fast as possible without taking any real risks. The final third of the race was ...
... in Yellowstone are Lodgepole Pines ( or Pinus boringous, as know by the Rangers) Most of the tall trees are dead, destroyed by a fire that went thought the park in 1988. The fire policy then was to let the park burn. This policy endangered building - thus the policy has changed. However all the regrowth is very thick and they have a policy of not thinning??? The trees apparently thin themselves 25 year old trees are still growing within inches of each ...
... for our comfort. As you can imagine we found this rather relaxing after the last few day's hiking activities and we spent around two ours just soaking and chatting. Matt made korma for tea with naan breads and another trek group leader wandered over and tried to poach him to cook for their group as well! We have been given the task of becoming very 'American' in our outfits for tomorrow's rodeo as well so thinking caps ...
... got a good idea of how the whole 5,750 acres of Big Sky is laid out. With an impressive 250+ named ski runs we’re not likely to run out of options.
Hot tub – following the Roman tradition of hot/cold baths, Mason instructed Matt on the benefits of warming up in the hot tub and then faceplanting in the snow. If Mase had heart problems then they should have shown up then! The kids then took great pleasure in jumping in and out of the tub ...
... slept to 9:30. I took a ride through some of the old mining towns that somebody at the hotel recommended. It was perfect . . . Well except the first 20 minutes. I was on the road no more than 5 minutes and the sky opened and soaked me. I went for cover under the roof of a gas station and put on my rain gear. Within 30 minutes the rain stopped and the sun baked me dry. I ...