Come on now. Just because you like to hike, and I like to sled assist ski, ride the chair and then hike or hike, does not make a day spent in the mountains any less of an experience for me as it does for you.
From Merriam Webster:
1ep·ic Pronunciation: \ˈe-pik\ Function:adjective Etymology:Latin epicus, from Greek epikos, from epos word, speech, poem — more at voiceDate:1589 1: of, relating to, or having the characteristics of an epic <an epic poem>2 a: extending beyond the usual or ordinary especially in size or scope <his genius was epic — Times Literary Supplement> b: heroic
— ep·i·cal \-pi-kəl\ adjective
— ep·i·cal·ly \-pi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
We've had this conversation before. As stated an "epic day" is personal and satisfying. In that context, my personal epic is going to be varied and different from yours. But don't belittle a person by saying that their experience (what ever it may be) is not an epic, as compared to your holier than though stance on sliding on snow.
Now figure out my sig and your are extreme.
Claimer: Someone that makes a claim that they have been there and done that, can do anything you can do better than you. I hate "claimers"