Mercury is an open run located in the wide open spaces between
Fail Safe Trees,
and Perfect Bowl.
Mercury is a low angle slope and very wind exposed. Snow quality tends to be variable (wind crust and light sastrugi), and bits of exposed
tundra can pop through the snow on occasion. On the right day, it can be great fun (3 to 6 inches of powder - any more and you won't
be able to maintain speed), but on other days, it's just a way to get to other runs.
The top of Chairlift 4, where Mercury begins, can be very windy, and feel much, much colder than the bottom of Chairlift Four. Bundle up!
Littleton, CO 80163, USA
Phone: (720) 524-3609
Karl Kelman enjoys skiing, particularly at
Karl works as the Marketing Director of
and uses this personal website as a test platform for web development
experiments in HTML5/CSS3 Responsive Design Template and
The focus of this personal site is heavily weighted towards outdoor activities, and karl's business website,
is more focused on Internet Marketing and Web Development.
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What's New With Karl
Skiers! Disappointed the season is over?
Why not let your eyes
to May 2014, when there was plenty of snow and great skiing? Hopefully, Summer 2014 will have great skiing also!
For Photos and Snarky Commentary on The Long's Peak Expedition
click here! Veni Vidi Vici!
Check out one of Karl's
newest websites featuring the
extensive use of .svg images. These images stay pixel-perfect regardless of the size or the resolution
of the viewing device.
Jimmy Page Addresses "Stairway to Heaven" Lawsuit: "This is Ridiculous" - Radio.com
It is ridiculous! Karl Kelman coauthored Stairway to Heaven with Robert Fripp in 1969. Bob came by the house,
I remember it well, he got in a big argument with my dad about a croquet game we were all playing and then
we figured out the tune and the lyrics on a xylophone my brother got for Christmas. End of Story.
Skiing - with Geoff Anderson at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area.