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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo
    Poostash (I've been spending too much time with Canadians) - you're looking into Extra Chute at Squaw there, right?
    I thought it was main pocket on the Palisades. I don't know really, I've only skied there 2 days. It was the most concievable and visited line in the palisades.

    powstash (not Poostash )<------- Squaw JONG
    "In the woods, we return to reason and faith. There I feel that nothing can befall me in life, — no disgrace, no calamity, (leaving me my eyes,) which nature cannot repair." -Emerson

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    Looking at it again, I think you're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mildbill.


    shitty quality from a helmet cam (and technically about 4 turns below the actual entrance)
    do you have a pic of the slab ripping out and hitting that wall on skiers left?
    Last edited by basom; 11-05-2004 at 09:51 AM. Reason: LEFT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo
    Apocryphal 'entrance' story time:

    Rupert Everett visited his doctor complaining about a problem with, as he delicately described it, his rear entrance. The doctor stroked his chin and tactfully informed the actor that it was more commonly known as a rear exit.
    meh, you told that story better the first time [/winky]

    All this thread does for me is confirm that there are a hell of a lot of places in the world that I am never going to ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman
    All this thread does for me is confirm that there are a hell of a lot of places in the world that I am never going to ski.
    And Tom and Phil haven't even posted anything!

    Love the shot of the guy laying on his stomach to check out the line (I'm assuming that's what he's doing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by p@wder
    Northern Corries, Cairngorms, Scotland. May 2004
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    "Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die tomorrow"

    Moment skis

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    S&S at Jackson

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    great thread

    Sunspikes on the east face of Wetterhorn.


    Heading towards Oxford from Belford

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big E
    And Tom and Phil haven't even posted anything!

    Love the shot of the guy laying on his stomach to check out the line (I'm assuming that's what he's doing).
    Looks like there's a rope attached to his skis/poles. Looks like he's watching somebody else.

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    P@wder: Whoa...I didn't know you can ski that kind of runs in...Scotland?(exceptional snow year I guess?)

    Cool pics...and very refreshing topic for a while (ok, all the early season TR's have been great...but they've made me wish Mr. Bush to continue his enviromental policies,or the lack of them, and this finally making Gulf stream to turn other way round... it's fucking +9C here, and we're in the level of what...Hudson Bay or something...way north anyway)
    Last edited by Jiehkevarri; 11-05-2004 at 12:07 PM.

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    Might as well throw in a few from a bony spring at Tuckerman Ravine.


    Towards the top of Hourglass with the masses.


    All alone on a thin Hillman's Highway.

    SaAaH (and that's about all I got for entrances),
    d.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jiehkevarri
    Cool pics...and very refreshing topic for a while (ok, all the early season TR's have been great...but they've made me wish Mr. Bush to continue his enviromental policies,or the lack of them, and this finally making Gulf stream to turn other way round... it's fucking +9C here, and we're in the level of what...Hudson Bay or something...way north anyway)

    Jep.
    But luckily it only week or so when we are in Lyngen...

    Douh...

    I just remebered you´r aint comming!!

    I have never been good with facts.

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    kinda washed out easy gully shot. pic by nhalpineturns.


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    i should be entrancing into the dentist's office with those yellow-ass teeth. "you eat pieces of shit for breakfast?"

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    sweet crack in the middle of those super tech googles too my friend.
    that biner is pretty core too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basom
    that biner is pretty core too.
    hey, when using dakine backpacks one must be ever vigilant and ready to ghetto-rig a broken strap at a moment's notice.

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    aaaww yeah!

    to all my friends, it's not the end
    the earth has not swallowed me yet

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    Next one over to skier's right to couloir poubelle, Les Grand Montets

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    Mmmm...tasty

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    Queenstown side of the Remarkables.

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    ding ding ding

    We have a winner chute here!
    Does anyone have the Americas Most Funny Home Videos footage when they showed Bartlet nailing S and S, doig mach schnell outee and catching something that sends him into a full erect rag doll.
    Tommy Bartlet is the man!


    Quote Originally Posted by dbp
    S&S at Jackson
    Last edited by Baconzoo; 11-05-2004 at 02:38 PM.

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    this


    is four turns into

    this


    looks scarier in punani's picture. you must be a nancy boy billy.

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    Press the down button for 3000 feet of fun from Bochard to the Mer de Glace. Argentiere 2002.

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    Steeep!



    "It's too steep to be fucking around in there. I said to Plake "I don't want you behind me, there's a crevasse at the bottom!" - Mike Hattrup

    Couiloir Poubelle, Aiguille du Midi. Jan 2002

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    Grrrrrrrrrreat Thread! View from the top is always the best.

    3rd Pillar - Dana Plateau
    Even with the camera held over the head you can't see the entire slope. Both walls come together at the bottom like the trash compactor scene in Star Wars.



    Top of Echo Peak - off camber slab leads to an airy exit



    North Peak - North Couloir - Great corn ready for a harvest


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