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geosean

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Has anyone actually ever climbed the Triad and winter? I mean I know it's been done but I can't find any information about it and I am just looking for some general beta. Volken briefly mentions it under the Hidden Lake section in his ski touring book.

If anybody has any information I would appreciate it. Thank you.

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You might ask on TAY. There was mention of skiing the W face in a recent thread about the Lost Marbles 
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I've climbed the east peak in winter conditions, but we turned back on the true summit.  Thin snow over downsloping slabs didn't seem prudent to test ourselves against (south facing and was coming apart)

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