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    I too, got out.


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    I too, got out.


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    Nice! May I ask where?

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  3. #78
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    Thats a good walk to Spider Gap.
    Move upside and let the man go through...

  4. #79
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    Mofro nails it! I stayed the night at the toe of the glacier to get two days out of the walk. And itís mostly dirt to the meadow, so easy cruising. What a great spot! I mostly skied the glacier and a few wind loaded spots that had the coverage. I tried a bigger line but got spooked by whales laying around from the wind. Chilly night but gorgeous days!


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  5. #80
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    Rad! Way to start your season Riff.

  6. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowing alpy View Post
    if she no shows at 19BBI@Alpental i will be disappointed
    seconded!

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    I too, got out.


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  8. #83
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    Nice work Riff!

  9. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mofro261 View Post
    fun from morning shadows
    to evening sun.

    Real tired.
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    I too, got out.
    Respect the effort and result, nice work guys.
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  10. #85
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    Thanks gents, itís great to have the magic season back!


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  11. #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
    Thanks gents, it’s great to have the magic season back!


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    Save some of that Cascade Concrete for me when I get there in January!

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    Spackle currently applying itself at even the lowest of pass levels

    "Pay your nickel and take your chances"
    "they don't groom Alpental, they just move shit around."

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    SNOW IN THE PNW 2018-19

    First snow at my house at valley level in Bavaria right now!!!!
    And RTR, you got it brother

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    SNOW IN THE PNW 2018-19

    Doing some preseason research on possible touring zones for this winter (newly relocated to the PNW)... is the E/SE side of Mt Adams skiable (or accessible for a day trip) in the winter? Particularly intrigued by Little Mt Adams and Ridge of Wonders for fun yo yo laps, but not sure if that side gets enough snow. Looks tasty for the lower flanks of a volcano.


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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
    First snow at my house at valley level in Bavaria right now!!!!
    And RTR, you got it brother
    we had a dusting in W2 this morning too!
    tomorrow is not promised so just go for it today

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    Pretty sure no public winter recreation is allowed on Yakama Nation land. I'm not from around there though so someone please correct me if it's changed.

    http://mtadamsfriends.org/wordpress/...10-low-res.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Doing some preseason research on possible touring zones for this winter (newly relocated to the PNW)... is the E/SE side of Mt Adams skiable (or accessible for a day trip) in the winter? Particularly intrigued by Little Mt Adams and Ridge of Wonders for fun yo yo laps, but not sure if that side gets enough snow. Looks tasty for the lower flanks of a volcano.


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    Day trip from where?!

    And yep I think that's right about winter closure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
    Doing some preseason research on possible touring zones for this winter (newly relocated to the PNW)... is the E/SE side of Mt Adams skiable (or accessible for a day trip) in the winter? Particularly intrigued by Little Mt Adams and Ridge of Wonders for fun yo yo laps, but not sure if that side gets enough snow. Looks tasty for the lower flanks of a volcano.
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    According to this ^ winter recreation is prohibited in the areas you are looking to ski until July. I have contacted the YN directly in the past to request beta/access for spring BC skiing with pretty good results.

    Access to all aspects of Adams is pretty limited without a sled until May in an average year. On the south side, FS 82 is always plowed to pineside, sometimes plowed to pipeline, and almost never plowed to smith butte. FS 80 is never maintained for winter travel. Don't miss out on the spring/summer ski season up there.

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    First turns of the season always feel good:
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    Without a ploughed road or a sled...

    Yep. Welcome to western Washington.

    And the sled doesn't really help access that much apart from out of Mazama IMO.
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    Mega(n)Sauce!

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    we got 257th tracks on heliotrope with no one but these 3 today:



    i've never seen it so ravaged. it looked like a resort. i blame facebook. still, was nice to get out there. snow was inversion-baked to cream cheese but still fun. was nice to have the place pretty much to ourselves even if it was pretty tracked.

    light was pretty cool:





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    Fucking snow already!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Fucking snow already!!!!!
    #Goodforthebase
    #StillBetterThan2014


    Is snow sticking around at pass/PCT level around snoqualmie and hyak? No intention of putting skis on, but thinking of taking a walk around with the dog and dont really want to be dealing with hiking through 4" of refrozen over slippery rocks. Maybe if i fully clean and service my MTB this week it will be the equivalent of putting summer tires back on the car and anti-jinx the snow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by californiagrown View Post
    Is snow sticking around at pass/PCT level around snoqualmie and hyak?
    Yes
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