Sage Cattabriga-Alosa Favorite Spot Skiing Wildcat

Great Days 16: At Home with Sage Cattabriga-Alosa
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Since 2001, Sage has called the slopes of Alta home and it is the jumps, gullies, and consistent powder found off the Wildcat Chairlift that makes this area so special to him. Despite traveling and skiing all over the world, Sage always returns to his magic place, where he is able to revel in the comradery that takes place under the Wildcat.

 


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