Goin out to the lower Avy chutes above the parking lot with Shane and Mike/Dropping into Big Butch and Movie/main chute hike from the top.
Then later airing over the small trees at the top of chair 3, then dropping the rock at the bottom of 3, then big hit at "Parachute Jump." Laps on 3, huge fast turns.... Then back to chair one getting Nighmare, Windslab and Psychout chute.... so sick.
To the guy who was all pissed at Baldy on here that did a review and gave it a "1". I really would like to see you ski. I guess it sucks you had a bad day up there, but seriously I am not sure if I trust what you said, or what lever skier you really are. All the skiers I roll with are at the pro level, and we found and always do know where to find the best snow and shots. So if its windy or icy use your knowledge and "skills" and go to where the sun bakes on the south facing shots if its icy or hardpack, If its super windy go inside the bowls, or into the trees where the snow is loading up, but just try not to be such a winer about how bad everything "sucks" because WE know the real story about Baldy. Its So Cal's ONLY true Big Mountain skiing outside of Mammoth (If you really call Mammoth So Cal.) I don't.
There is no way that that anyone that really knows about freeskiing Real chutes and bowls will belive your crap about your wining. Sure weather can turn things ugly, but you have to know where the shots are good. Often times they are not on the main runs, especially when the wind or weather can get bad. So it makes no difference if you go back or not, Maybe Mtn High is more your level. Just know that there are rippers that ski Baldy everyday that know what is "good" any day, whether its full on Powder or hardpack or even dust on crust. We are up there dropping cliffs, straightlining chutes and making huge fast turns. Powder mag, Freeze, skiing mag, and snowboarder mag have all done great stories on Baldy. They get it! And so do we. If you don't that's ok... stay at Big Bear or where ever else. We won't mind at all.