It may be the last 'real' skiing in the Tahoe area as a byproduct of the less than stellar 11/12 season, but it may go down as some of the BEST corn skiing I have ever experienced. The trip started with an early Friday evening ascent and descent of the infamous Wall of Kirkwood. The utterly silky smooth snow heightened our expectations of the next two days off of Carson Pass. A couple inches from a late season storm last Monday may just have been our saving grace. The temps never got too hot but also never got too cold, thus providing perfect conditions to slay the corn. From the Moon Crescent zone to the perfect pitches down to Winnemucca Lake, it was a perfect last hurrah from a less than epic year.
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