Despite a relatively low snowpack this year here in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, the spring skiing/snowboarding has been fantastic lately — in large part due to the pristine snowpack free of the dust pollution that typically blows into the mountains from the desert southwest every spring. So far this year the dust storms haven’t hit the San Juans (knock on wood), so the snow remains smooth, white, and shreddable!
See lots more photos below from recent lines this last week.
3 thoughts on “Pristine Spring Snow”
Is it just me or does this set look extra “crisp”? New lens setup Jack? Beautiful as always. Good seeing you in a few of the shots lately!
Hi Steven — No, no extra crispy here. I’ve been using the same “ski” action camera for the last several years — the little Ricoh GR. And yeah I agree it’s nice to have a shot of me once in a while! 😉
That does look like a beautiful scene.