Ok. They aren’t real roads. They are snowcat roads that are made from snow. We call them over the snow roads. They are built bit by bit over the course of a couple of months by our cat skiing operators who farm the snow as it comes in pushing further and further out after each storm. Our operators handle the cats in a calculated way to stay on top as they push the snow out and along our road system. We use a combination of natural features, temporary snowfences and “living fences” made of snow drifts carved by the snowcat to collect snow that can then be shaped into roads. Our road system covers both sides of the Continental Divide and runs about seven miles in total along all of the various branches of our network.