Washington Post | The Powder Highway through the Canadian Rockies
Returning to the top, we follow the aroma of grilling meat into the Summit Hut, a homey little log cabin with million-dollar views where storm-whipped skiers are swapping stories over bratwurst, chili, coffee and beer. Sharing our table is a guy cut from the Canadian Rockies — weather-cured face, wisps of brown hair, quiet confidence — who volunteers why he bought property at Panorama. “This mountain’s huge, it’s never crowded and I can get here in three-and-a-half hours” from Calgary, he says. “And if the snow’s no good I can go out with RK.”
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