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george 19

Chair Peak - Found skis, boots, jacket, and pants

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I assume that this mystery has been solved, but while descending from Chair peak on Sunday, I found some relics of the 80s that are just emerging from the tongue of the snow field in the Chair Peak basin, just above the Thumbtack. There was a set of rusty broken 85 mm skis, ski boots, ski pants, and a ski jacket. Picture below. Please share the story if you know it?!

Sorry if this was posted on the wrong page. I am new to Cascade Climbers.

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I saw the same gear posted on the TAY FB group recently. According to the comments they belong to a guy who used to ski Chair peak so regularly he just stashed his gear up there so he didn't need to carry it up each time. He injured his hip and never bothered to reclaim it.

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Thanks for the responses. I am still befuddled by the idea of just stashing ski pants and a jacket outside for the winter, but it sounds like the mystery was indeed solved. I am glad that it was a boring story and nothing more.

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