Mountain Signage Gone Wild
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While most people are hung over and confused, it seemed appropriate to usher in the new year with an ode to the folks at Mountain Signage. Skiing is all about progression after all, that's what Jeremy Nobis tells us in every TGR film. The collective Mountain Signage team at our favourite resort, 'Dual Mountain' BC, have definitely been all about progression this year. They've taken things to a new level, as proven by these 6 shining examples of Mountain Signage Gone Wild!
Seen some better ones? Send'em in! Browse the thumbnails above or just buzz the article below. But whatever you do, don't Zig Zag. Serious.
Yes, it's official. You will have your season pass revoked for the season if you are caught doing such dangerous and rebellious things as... wait for it... zig zag'ing your way up the Horstman T-Bar. Soooo, ummmm,
Danger, No Lifegaurd on Duty. Ski at Own Risk
This one isn't that wild, but hey it's a wild animal, and 72cm of new snow!
In an effort to remind people that it exists as an option, Whistler Mountain staff must have snuck onto Blackcomb with these propaganda campaign signs to get people to try to ski their way from Solar Coaster chair to Whistler Mountain. Watch out for that creek!
Now here's a new one. No longer are table tops confined to just the terrain parks. A few of the lower mountain chairs on Blackcomb now have table top style signage on the restraining bars, perfect for planning your next run, reading about where you should have eaten for breakfast, or doing lines of 'powder' to get you pumped for the day.
Sooo, um, good luck in case of an emergency...
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