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  1. #1276
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    Another weekend spent putzing around in the backyard.



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    Skiing in the Japanese Alps of the Central Cascades

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    Norseman approved.


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  3. #1278
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    SNOW IN THE PNW 2018-19

    ^^^
    Nice!
    Alpental Indigenous

  4. #1279
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    Dopeness! ^^^ You sure you want to move?

  5. #1280
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    Quote Originally Posted by CascadeLuke View Post
    Dopeness! ^^^ You sure you want to move?
    No I am not. But in theory N. Idaho should offer similar opportunities.


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  6. #1281
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  8. #1283
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    Great photos.

    Glad this guy is ok, all things considered. Saw the heli and SAR on way to the car and feared for the worst.
    https://www.ncwlife.com/leavenworth-...n-backcountry/

  9. #1284
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greydon Clark View Post
    Great photos.

    Glad this guy is ok, all things considered. Saw the heli and SAR on way to the car and feared for the worst.
    https://www.ncwlife.com/leavenworth-...n-backcountry/
    We may have crossed paths. I was in the group of 6 sitting on the West side of Henry Creek during the evacuation. (We were asked to hang tight until they had him loaded up). I know several people skied down to us near the end of the evac.

    Wishing him a full and speedy recovery, it sounded absolutely horrible and a sobering end to an otherwise incredible day.

  10. #1285
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    good times at baker over the weekend



















    baker in the morning



    baker in the afternoon



    shuksan and a very tracked out hemispheres

  11. #1286
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    Wow. Looks amazing.

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    Literally took the same photo that day

    Quote Originally Posted by pyromaniacman129 View Post
    First day ever at Crystal today.
    What a rad place. Didn't realize how much cool terrain it had to offer.
    Found some pockets of goodness off chair 6 and wish I could have explored more.

  14. #1289
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    Sure was a purty Sunday ‘round Snow Lake!
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  15. #1290
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    Skied Stevens today. Found dust on crust out back and soft snow on the front side. I’ll probably be back up there tomorrow wearing some Coug colors (Crimson coat, Grey pants) rocking either SuperGoats or X88s.

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    Hoping for some guidance for next week as I'm new to the PNW snowpack/weather cycles. Temps are supposed to ramp up quite a bit across western Washington beginning Monday, and I pre-purchased lift tickets for Crystal for a few days next week. I've heard all the crustal jokes, but how bad could things potentially be during the mornings considering the lows are supposed to stay below freezing but then jump up to 50-55 during the day? Should I sleep in and arrive later to allow things to thaw a bit?

    In hindsight I would have not bought the tickets had I known it would be so warm (bought them over a month ago when the boss approved me taking PTO for the week), but I'm trying to make the best of it now...
    "If I could have any K2 skis this year I'd go with the Volkl Gotamas." - Monique

  17. #1292
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    SNOW IN THE PNW 2018-19

    Quote Originally Posted by kellen View Post
    Hoping for some guidance for next week as I'm new to the PNW snowpack/weather cycles. Temps are supposed to ramp up quite a bit across western Washington beginning Monday, and I pre-purchased lift tickets for Crystal for a few days next week. I've heard all the crustal jokes, but how bad could things potentially be during the mornings considering the lows are supposed to stay below freezing but then jump up to 50-55 during the day? Should I sleep in and arrive later to allow things to thaw a bit?

    In hindsight I would have not bought the tickets had I known it would be so warm (bought them over a month ago when the boss approved me taking PTO for the week), but I'm trying to make the best of it now...
    You’re over thinking it man. Just go. You’ll have fun.

  18. #1293
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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    You’ll have fun.
    Don't forget to check out the umbrella.
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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    Don't forget to check out the umbrella.
    Biggest in North America.

  20. #1295
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    Sun will soften things pretty quick and you'll see how the run/mtn. orientation plays with that. Look forward to the good weather and ski that mutha up!

  21. #1296
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    and the view from the top never gets old.....

    It'll be fine, unless you're hell bent on skiing terrain that would suck anywhere in the same conditions.
    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

  22. #1297
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    and the view from the top never gets old.....
    You've been to the top of umbrella?

    Jealous.
    Quote Originally Posted by Downbound Train View Post
    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

  23. #1298
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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWbrit View Post
    You've been to the top of umbrella?

    Jealous.
    The button on top is a little big, but with some CBD lube it works just fine. Don't blame you for being jealous!
    Quote Originally Posted by Foggy_Goggles View Post
    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

  24. #1299
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    Quote Originally Posted by kellen View Post
    Hoping for some guidance for next week as I'm new to the PNW snowpack/weather cycles. Temps are supposed to ramp up quite a bit across western Washington beginning Monday, and I pre-purchased lift tickets for Crystal for a few days next week. I've heard all the crustal jokes, but how bad could things potentially be during the mornings considering the lows are supposed to stay below freezing but then jump up to 50-55 during the day? Should I sleep in and arrive later to allow things to thaw a bit?

    In hindsight I would have not bought the tickets had I known it would be so warm (bought them over a month ago when the boss approved me taking PTO for the week), but I'm trying to make the best of it now...
    If there’s a thaw and rerfreeze just follow the sun. Xtal has a lot of steep north facing (all three bowls and the king) - if it doesn’t get too warm you will be in good shape- if not ... well...

  25. #1300
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    Quote Originally Posted by kellen View Post
    Hoping for some guidance for next week as I'm new to the PNW snowpack/weather cycles. Temps are supposed to ramp up quite a bit across western Washington beginning Monday, and I pre-purchased lift tickets for Crystal for a few days next week. I've heard all the crustal jokes, but how bad could things potentially be during the mornings considering the lows are supposed to stay below freezing but then jump up to 50-55 during the day? Should I sleep in and arrive later to allow things to thaw a bit?

    In hindsight I would have not bought the tickets had I known it would be so warm (bought them over a month ago when the boss approved me taking PTO for the week), but I'm trying to make the best of it now...
    I mean, if you don't like skiing spring conditions, you should probably avoid booking ski vacations in the spring.

    Crystal should keep you entertained. Lots of terrain and area to explore straight off a lift, or with a little bootpacking. Plus the view from the top is stunning. I highly suggest you ride the gondola up first time and face the mountain, youll get that "oh shit!" moment about 95% of the way to the top.

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