Now that we have two kids, it’s a little bit harder to get up on a Saturday morning, drive up to Savage Basin and ski a couple of runs at 12-13,000 feet in mid-July. But it was probably even harder for the people who partied up high at the Lunar Cup course all night Friday and then slept in their cars.
Those are the kind of sacrifices you have to make to ski the Lunar Cup. Those and all sense of style. From tutus, to neon skiwear from the 80s, to nothing at all, what people wear up there is nearly as important as winning. Except to the people who do win.
Thanks to Brett Schreckengost for sharing this fun video.