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  1. #1676
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    Anybody going to be around Chinook pass tomorrow (Sunday) morning? Going to be down there probably doing some solo laps on Naches in the probable fog and rain.
    Look for the blue nissan frontier with the BBI stickers.
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  2. #1677
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    I thought you guys might get a kick out of my skin track up Spire:
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    Bday T etc. still skiing to the road.
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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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  3. #1678
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  4. #1679
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    First turns of summer, Chinook Pass Yakima Peak East Face still holding to the road.



    Naches North side looks in still.

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    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
    >>>200 cm Black Bamboo Sidewalled DPS Lotus 120 : Best Skis Ever <<<

  5. #1680
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    Was better yesterday, but today was good too.
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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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  6. #1681
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    Volcano season
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  7. #1682
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    obstruction point yesterday

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  8. #1683
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  9. #1684
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    Whitman crest real looks good there

    Good snow in the usual Paradise spots on Friday, a little punchy yesterday
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    Get it while it's smooth and not too damn hot

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    I think we got so much snow late that the snow level was high, so theres nothing next to the road (5400), but theres way more snow than usual from about 6000 and upwards. Its skiing really well too.
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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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  11. #1686
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    Quote Originally Posted by plugboots View Post
    I think we got so much snow late that the snow level was high, so theres nothing next to the road (5400), but theres way more snow than usual from about 6000 and upwards. Its skiing really well too.
    Agreed, we climbed Colchuck on Saturday and there was no snow at the lake level (5,600') but several feet by the time we hit the col at 8,000'. Saw a few other climbers on Dragontail but nobody else on Colchuck. Good sized crowd at the lake as you'd expect.

  12. #1687
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  13. #1688
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    Man I scheduled all these summer MTB plans before spring decided to be fashionably late dammit!

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    Yesterday. (Rain this morning &bbq this aft., so not today)
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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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  16. #1691
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    There is still a ton of snow up high

  17. #1692
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    My first time down the chutes yesterday, we dropped in just before noon and ripped perfect corn down to the bowl. The last 500 feet was a little mushy already. We turned around at the bottom to see that we had opened the floodgates and several other groups were swarming down the line. We booted the 7000' traverse, and then skied all the way down to the round the mountain trail. Another group skied the Morrison Creek drainage, but it didn't sound much better than the traverse. Awesome day, awesome line.

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    ^ sweet, that is such a great ski run.


    Goat Rocks:


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    Avalanche Glacier Headwall and SW chutes over the weekend, both areas are still very fat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    ^ sweet, that is such a great ski run.


    Goat Rocks:

    Thanks! My view of the goat rocks wasn't as inspiring:



    Nice action shots @Benneke10... Bravo!!

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    way to get after it. Heard the top was icy.

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    off your knees Louie

  23. #1698
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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
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    sweet dude. did you circumnav? early morn on the russell is one of my happy places. they are taking their sweet time on the mowich road

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    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
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  25. #1700
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    PSA for the TG-gnarbros, the NFNWR on Adams is out of shape for the season. Some sad deterioration of this route over the past few years.

    https://turns-all-year.com/trip-repo...ross-the-years

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