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[TR] Mount Ann - The path of powder, part deux 12/28/2020

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Trip: Mount Ann - The path of powder, part deux

Trip Date: 12/28/2020

Trip Report:

Well, @Alisse is right.  We need more ski TRs!  Or at least more pretty pictures of snowy mountains.  Which is what this is, more or less.  It was a typical day for @Trent ,@kmfoerster, and I in the Baker backcountry so not much to report other than good snow, great company, and a fun day out and about.  After a couple laps on the north side of Ann my legs were tired on the grind out of Swift Creek, but that isn't new. 

Hoping the freezing level comes down and the skies clear after all this weather!














Gear Notes:
Skis people (or a splitboard if you are slow, like me)! I saw snowshoe tracks further down Swift Creek than I ever had before. What is wrong with people??!!

Approach Notes:
Follow the skin track
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Was an excellent day indeed!


Towards Baker Lake



A true Cascade hard-man goes nowhere without his yellow hard-man pad.





We thought we'd lost them to the  surrounding clouds, but Kulshan and Shuksan ended up putting on a show.



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9 minutes ago, kmfoerster said:

A true Cascade hard-man goes nowhere without his yellow hard-man pad.

Major Junkshow reporting for duty, sir!

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Thanks for the great company.... and putting in the track! Awesome pics as usual, J!

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