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  1. #126
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskydoc View Post
    How was the bootpack up to pan point? 3 days ago it was pure sheet ice left over from the rainstorm. Any evidence it slid?
    People were kick turning up it with decent success and didn't see any evidence it had properly slid. People completely tracked out the steeper stuff over by the Golden Gate trail area by end of day too with no sign of instability.

    Saw some tiny sluffs on southern aspects >45 and by the mid afternoon was seeing rollerballs on >30-35, but no slab movement anywhere that I could see.

  2. #127
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  3. #128
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    More Tahoma stoke

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    We went up on Saturday and hoped to ski the Beehive, but pervasive chickenhead blue ice kept us away.

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    Getting up to the Camp Muir buildings was challenge enough!

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  4. #129
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    Was gonna try and get a few fitness laps at the summit today, but the pass is already closed

  5. #130
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    Quote Originally Posted by thejongiest View Post
    Was gonna try and get a few fitness laps at the summit today, but the pass is already closed
    Heh. I barely squeaked over before the westbound chain requirement popped up, now I'm stuck over here until they reopen it. Guaranteed it was a trucker trying to run without chains. A few dickheads make all truckers look bad.

  6. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stikki View Post
    Heads up from the USFS:

    Glacier Creek Road #39 is washed out and impassable to vehicles at mile 3.7. The road will not be repaired this winter. Heliotrope Ridge Trailhead is at mile 8.3.

    Deadhorse Road #37 is currently open to the snowline at mile 9.3, but there was major erosion at mile 3.1 and the road may have to be closed at this location. Skyline Divide Trail is at mile 12.6.
    good info thx

  7. #132
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    Fitness laps on skyline at Stevens were good today, looks like the window will still be open tomorrow.

  8. #133
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    Quote Originally Posted by NW_SKIER View Post
    Heh. I barely squeaked over before the westbound chain requirement popped up, now I'm stuck over here until they reopen it. Guaranteed it was a trucker trying to run without chains. A few dickheads make all truckers look bad.
    WSP needs to impound their rigs and suspend their licenses if they are caught blocking the highway at least raise the fine to the point where it will hurt, the shit I see the truck drivers do when its snowing or any adverse weather is nuts
    I have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.

  9. #134
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    Ended up getting over an hour later and boy was it good.


  10. #135
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    Quote Originally Posted by thejongiest View Post
    Ended up getting over an hour later and boy was it good.

    I'll gonna head up soon for a few headlight laps... See ya kooks there

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  11. #136
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    Pretty good at the golf course tonight, lotsa snow coming down and stacking up above 2900'. Should be good in the morning if it doesn't warm up overnight.

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  13. #138
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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
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    There were two of ya, and you didnt close those eights up... you had one shot and you blew it!
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  14. #139
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    Nice, riff

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    Quote Originally Posted by riff View Post
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    I lurk this thread on accounta Norseman's photos.
    Riff, you just posted the best photos with good cover of the year to date.
    Whatever thread.
    Thank you, but a little jealous; we're way low tide in the Wasatch...
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  17. #142
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    PNW 2021/2022 Season! La Nia ahead!

    [QUOTE=rfconroy;6465991]There were two of ya, and you didnt close those eights up... you had one shot and you blew it!

    Couldnt bring myself to cross a track with all that fresh aroundmy buddy eighted a few and hit a rock, we took it as a sign.


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  18. #143
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    Just a reminder to be safe and check the avy forecast

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  19. #144
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    Quote Originally Posted by rfconroy View Post
    There were two of ya, and you didnt close those eights up... you had one shot and you blew it!
    Yar sweet pics Riff n Norse.

    Skiing eights is for mike wiegle asspenxtrm goobers

  20. #145
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    Awesome early season stoke! A bummer to see the window closing throughout the current forecast.

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  21. #146
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    Indeed a shame to see more hot rain coming.
    Norsemans pics are amazing..


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  22. #147
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    It's all relative... Gunderson will come along and blow everyone away.

    Sure was nice to get out but these dang weather windows have been too short

  23. #148
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    Nice, Riff. Wednesday was a good day in the ol' "Seattle Skintrack". I enjoyed it.

  24. #149
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    Sorry to steer away from the amazing stoke, but since the pineapple is coming In hard, might as well bring up something else that is frustrating.

    A buddy pointed the new carpool parking rules for Stevens Pass for weekends and holidays. Apparently, there is away to be worse than Crystals parking policy.

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  25. #150
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    Beating a dead horse: we need more ski areas in the PNW.

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