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[TR] Green Mtn Lookout - South Slope 12/02/2018

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Trip: Green Mtn Lookout - South Slope

Trip Date: 12/02/2018

Trip Report:

After arriving at the trailhead with no snow to be found, we agreed to hike for a while to see if we could find some.  I believe we hiked a couple of miles to approximately 5,000' before finding enough snow to start skinning.  By the time we reached the south face, there was 12" of boney (but solid) base with 3" of semi-bonded fresh snow and grauple.  We took a short break at the top and had an unexpectedly fun 1,200' run.  We continued to push our luck down to 5,000 where the brush put an abrupt end to my run with a fabulous digger into some rocks. Except for Kit, he managed another 500' of tremendous brush and rock skiing.   We didn't see anyone else out, which always makes me wonder what I'm doing wrong. Remarkably satisfying first ski outing of the season.

Where are we supposed to ski? 


That's better



Does it count if you don't skin all the way?20181202_113130.thumb.jpg.bef34aca3edab3658a9acdef54444be0.jpg


That's what we came for -


Gear Notes:
rock skis & helmet

Approach Notes:
road is in good shape
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 We didn't see anyone else out, which always makes me wonder what I'm doing wrong.

Nah I think you're doing it exactly right.

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