Blodgett Canyon Tour

February 18, 2013 at 15:50 | Posted in Backcountry skiing the Bitterroots | 1 Comment

Brian and I had a great tour in Blodgett Canyon last week, with south facing powder runs and new terrain for us both to ski. Once into the canyon 6 miles the terrain really opens up and becomes readily accessible from the trail. What an impressive winter wonderland. With Sear’s Peak, Printz Peak and numerous north facing lines to explore we did what we could but the terrain outlasted us. Skinning in and out of the canyon is fairly manageable as well, with a solid schuss from the bridge back to the parking lot shaving at least an hour off the approach time.

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