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  1. #826
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96avs01 View Post
    The ones I've met are definitely convinced of the nefarious nature of chem trails too.
    PG&E does cloudseeding around those parts, as well. And, well, you can imagine what people think of that...
    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest_Hemingway View Post
    I realize there is not much hope for a bullfighting forum. I understand that most of you would prefer to discuss the ingredients of jacket fabrics than the ingredients of a brave man. I know nothing of the former. But the latter is made of courage, and skill, and grace in the presence of the possibility of death. If someone could make a jacket of those three things it would no doubt be the most popular and prized item in all of your closets.

  2. #827
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    Well, they did a good job this winter it would seem.

  3. #828
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Murian View Post
    I ski daily in the Shasta
    I'll bet you know my Dad.

  4. #829
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    I'll bet you know my Dad.
    Mike D.? I ran into him at Lake Helen yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Murian View Post
    Mike D.? I ran into him at Lake Helen yesterday.
    Yep.

  6. #831
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Yep.
    We were on a hut trip together in the Wallowas. Your dad charges.
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    ^^not Mt. Shasta.

  7. #832
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    snowpack is all time at L*ss*n.

  8. #833
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    Yep.
    Thatís pretty cool. Can you spit fire rhymes too?

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mike_D

  9. #834
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    anyone skied Thompson peak in the Trinity Alps? any photos
    off your knees Louie

  10. #835
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    Why so quiet around these parts? Stopped by Shasta a few weeks ago, the coverage was insane. Snowbanks at BF are higher than I've ever seen. Did a quick tour with the dogs, and saw a guy parasailing down with skis. Pretty cool (though'd I'd want to figure out how to parasail UP and ski down!).

    Anyone following this AR event that is apparently slamming Shasta as we speak? Here's a snip from the NOAA forecast at 11k. This doesn't include what was already supposed to happen yesterday which was a lot. That's multiple feet at that elevation by Tues. WTF? Freezing level supposed to be high, like 9k-ish, but still... Seems to be the norm for Shasta this season though!



    Did folks hear about the huge 100-year avalanche that came down the apparently-appropriately-named Avalanche Gulch back in Feb? Truly impressive.
    https://www.shastaavalanche.org/aval...valanche-gulch
    http://shastaguides.com/2019/02/18/a...february-2019/
    https://www.instagram.com/p/BuFsqZ4F2Ku/
    https://www.tetongravity.com/story/n...own-mt.-shasta

    Then there's the one that covered the road below BF a few weeks ago:
    https://www.actionnewsnow.com/conten...507352841.html

    Dayum.

  11. #836
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    How did that avy back in Feb. escape everyon's attention...? That's pretty big.
    Can't wait for the early summer corn season up there!

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    That avi was posted about somewhere on this forum.

    Iíve yet to see evidence that it was a 100-yr event based on my rudimentary understanding of how that recurrence cycle is measured and predicted. But it looked really big!

  13. #838
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    Quote Originally Posted by bodywhomper View Post
    That avi was posted about somewhere on this forum.
    Posted on TGR proper here:
    https://www.tetongravity.com/story/n...own-mt.-shasta

    Probably posted elsewhere in this forum too but I didn't see it. I just thought it was odd that there's no mention of it in THE thread about Shasta snow conditions...

    Iíve yet to see evidence that it was a 100-yr event based on my rudimentary understanding of how that recurrence cycle is measured and predicted. But it looked really big!
    I was just repeating what Shasta Mountain Guides was saying about it, but what do they know. Either way it certainly does appear to have been huge. That would have been awesome to get footage of.

    The very first "real" backcountry trip I did was a guided trip to Shasta back in like '98. It was late May, good season, lots of snow at BF. We camped on Casaval ridge, and one day climbing back to camp from the west side of the ridge we got to the top to see a huge sping (wet) slide making its way down the gulch. When we rode out after the trip we rode on some of the slide path and got to see just how huge the debris were and how much it would Suck to be caught in a slide like that. And that was just a tiny one compared to this one, thank god nobody was up there when it happened.

  14. #839
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    Lassen / Shasta Conditions Anyone?

    Iím 7 weeks post op for shoulder surgery (my labrum was completely detached from the shoulder socket, where the biceps tendon comes into it). Normal recovery is 6 months return to full activity. Iím hoping I can safely ski (i.e. be able to safely self arrest a fall at moderate slope angle) at 4.5 months with a brace, which would be mid-July ...

    The good news is that the massive Avy Gulch slide from Feb will keep the ski exit from CG or AG properly filled and skiable almost all the way to the TH pretty late into the season, I would estimate youíll be able to ski to the car through 4th of July and just a short walk through late July based on the slide debris having run so far past Sierra Horse Camp.

    In 2011 that side of the mountain was skiable all the way to the BF bathroom through 4th of July weekend, and while it was much colder that season I donít think we had multiple AR events and a mega slide deposition back then, like weíve now had this season.

    PS, if any of my Bay/NorCal friends wanna meet out there on a Friday, my wife has Fridayís off work so I can get away ...
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    "Strapping myself to a sitski built with 30lb of metal and fibreglass then trying to water ski in it sounds like a stupid idea to me.

    I'll be there."
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  15. #840
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    the latest promo photos on mt Ashland's website,
    picture of a boarder in the middle of a BIG rockgarden ....
    that terrain aint on mt A

    another beautiful evening in the State of Jefferson

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    "we all do dumb shit when we're fucked up" mike tyson

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibmaster View Post
    Anyone been to Shasta lately? Is it corn season yet?
    Yes it is, went up Monday and got to climbing yesterday. Avalanche gulch was great. Really smooth surface made for an easy climb. Winds were cranking but stayed just mellow enough that I got up to the summit. No refreeze below 8500 Tuesday night made for sticky snow down low. Top of red banks down to +/- 9000 feet was amazing corn when I dropped at 2pm. Above red banks is a rimed/wind blown disaster. Survival skiing at its finest. Skiing the more south east side of misery hill (skiers left) was much nicer skiing than the main face. Saw a nice wet slide that released naturally into the gulch off of Casaval Ridge. And if youíre around the summit watch out because I walked over a wind loaded area mixed into the time that caved in and I dropped in up to my waist. Sheís fat right now and loads of fun. Sorry for the lack of quality pictures. Video to come.

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  19. #844
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    Thanks for the beta, I'm heading up there today for some summit action this weekend.
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

  20. #845
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    Thanks, might head over sometime in the next month appreciate the conditions updates!

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    Summited and skied today, I echo everything B Gillis said. One of those holes near the summit almost got me, thank god I was wearing ski boots. PERFECT corn from 13k to 8kish around 1:30pm
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

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    No action shots but coverage is great from the devastated area. Click image for larger version. 

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  23. #848
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    Was the north side corned up or icy with this cool down?

  24. #849
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    Not icy but a bit scratchy up top around 1130 though easily edgeable.

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    Anyone know when roads to the backside of shasta will open up? Wheres the snowline atm?

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