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mikeadam

Muir Ski?

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Was the recent snowfall enough to make it worth a trip to ski the Muir snowfield? I would like to head up there this morning, but don't feel like skiing ice.

 

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mike

i haven't had a chance to investigate myself (i'm slaving away behind the computer in longmire...) the trees above have a dusting, but it was clear her last night. the muir snowfield is probably in "decent" shape, i highly doubt, however, that there is enough snow to cover the meadows below pebble creek.

if i find out more today, i'll post.

mike

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Thanks Mike, office jobs are hell. If anyone wants to go up there today PM me ASAP.

 

[ 10-30-2002, 07:42 AM: Message edited by: mikeadam ]

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DUDE, I wish...I've got a damn job interview at three or it'd be FRESHIEZ.. have a blast and be safe!

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update

it was 17 degrees at paradise this morning and the winds are blowing stiff at 40 MPH. the mountain has a lite dusting of snow aove 6 K, but i would bet that much of the new fluff has been transported away. bring your windbreaker...

have fun

mike

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Paul and I went up there yesterday (10/31). Not worth it unless you needed to get some October turns, which we did, so I guess it was worth it to us. Most of the little bit of new had blown off of the old snow, but we found a reasonable (short) strip of new to ski. I'll try to insert a photo here, but more action shots coming Monday (11/4) on my home page (http://www.turns-all-year.com/index.html)

 

Charles

 

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