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iain

[TR] Mt. Hood- Coe Glacier Icefall 8/4/2004

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The 3 lifts to do laps on Upper Heather suck, particularly with the monstrous lines they almost always have.

 

Isn't it actually 4 lifts to get to the very top? Heather, Shooting Star, Hood then Cascade.

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Isn't it actually 4 lifts to get to the very top? Heather, Shooting Star, Hood then Cascade.

3:Heather or HRM, Main or Shooting Start, Cascade

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actually I dig the slow lifts out of heather. on a good storm day it keeps the area from getting pummeled with tracks, as it gets filled in a bit. remember, it used to be an all-day journey to drop in from the top of heather canyon. The real problems come when the heather lift breaks down, which is every other day.

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