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Nick Magill

Jack Mountain Nohokomeen Headwall in April

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My buddy and I are looking for one or two more partners for a shot at Nohokomeen in good April conditions. Ideally we want to allow 3 days at a leisurely pace. 

A good trip report describing our objective: 

 

We are working our way through the top 25 bulgers and this will be #16 for us. 

Shoot me a message if you want to join our team!

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HI me and my boyfriend plan to do Jack in May on a good weather window weekend. Hoping the snow will consolidate some more for the headwall and the road opens!!! You want to do 3 days, were do plan on camping and spacing out the distance? We are planning on Rainier this weekend!!! CHeryl

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