Stoke The Flame: Getting it deep in Revelstoke

Stoke The Flame: Getting it deep in Revelstoke

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Stoke The Flame: Getting it deep in Revelstoke

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Stoke the Flame Part 3 is the concluding video for the series. We hoped for blue skies and stable snow packs this spring. Boy were we wrong. Snow continued to fall day after day right until the end of the season leaving the snow pack less than desirable and forcing us to stick to the trees. Many days we lost to complete white outs, rapid temperature changes, rising freezing levels and high avalanche conditions. We were however blessed to ski some of the deepest powder we have ever seen.

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