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Anyone have suggestions for skiing this weekend?

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Has anyone who has been in the hills this week got a good idea or two for a good descent with the current conditions? Looking for 2-3 or so hour drive from Seattle, and a longer vertical/single run w/ up to 5000' or so ascent, car to car. It's been a long while since I've been out, so I appreciate the beta. Post here or PM me, Thanks!

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i know some folks who are planning a little something on Adams. Not sure if this meets your requirements in terms of drive times and snow conditions but its a thought.

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Thanks! Hoping for a little less car time though; I'll likely not overnight at a TH but just get up and drive early.

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OK so our romp up and down the Sunshine route on Hood is probably more driving than you bargained for.

 

PM me since my climbing partner is coming down from Seattle.

 

-r

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I think you are right, I sort of wish I was climnbing to ski now. This (Sat) afternoon looks to be the best weather.

 

However, ticking off July skiing on July 1 has some advantages...

 

July 4 looks warm and sunny.

 

-r

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It does look good right now. Currently jonesing, but looking forward to doing something tomorrow.

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last saturday & sunday were corn extravaganzas on the white river glacier. just watch out for the ski camp kids at the resort. they all have helmets.

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Just skied the SW Chutes on Adams this past weekend and they are in perfect condition, but its melting out quickly. We had to stop skiing at about 7,300 feet.

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