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The Burke trail map has several glades marked.
Where there are more than 1 glades marked next to each other there can 
be open lines to cross from the one above to the next one down.
If you ski far skiers right, there is a long flat run out at the end, 
keep your speed at the bottom.

On 2/24/2011 9:10 AM, Scheidt, Daniel wrote:
> Folks,
> Mattie and I will be childless for the weekend (kids are in NYC with 
> their grandparents) and we'll be at Smuggs on Saturday. Eager to see 
> somewhere other than Smuggs this year, we're headed to Burke Mountain 
> on Sunday. I've never skied at Burke, but I've heard that there are 
> some good woods runs/sidecountry available there. Are there any folks 
> on the list who could give us a few directions on where to look for 
> good glades? I know we have a good base, and tomorrow's new snow 
> should soften things up too.
> On another note, I thought that the other listers would be able to 
> commiserate with me. I was in San Francisco for work last week, and my 
> plane ran out of gas and had to refuel in Salt Lake City. I was 
> sitting in Salt Lake City on the tarmac looking at the 
> mountains.......on a company paid flight.......on a Friday 
> afternoon......with the weekend free.........in February......with 36" 
> of new snow forecast....and I couldn't get off the plane to go skiing.
> Daniel Scheidt
> Material Supply Analyst
> Unilever North America
> 802-846-1543 x7609
> 802-846-1556 (Fax)
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