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The high route to Pemberton

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Collecting glacier ice for cocktail hour

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Tracks on the Tenquille Glacier

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South towards Handcar

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I tried to post a link to the McBride Range Jordop and I did back a few years ago. I can read it, but I can't seem to link it from Bivouac. :cry: That was in my top 3 all time ski trips.

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Sorry rumr

 

It's coming whether you like it or not :fahq:

 

You might as well take your ball and go somewhere that isn't the PNW if wet winters aint your thing. :moondance:

 

(fixed the link to show the forecast freezing level for next neek)

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I tried to post a link to the McBride Range Jordop and I did back a few years ago. I can read it, but I can't seem to link it from Bivouac. :cry: That was in my top 3 all time ski trips.

 

You mean better than that time we "skied" in Phelix Creek on 3 inches of snow? :cry:

 

McBride was an awesome trip!!

 

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Damn!! This thread got me so excited, I tuned and waxed up the Splitboard in anticipation!!!

 

Shit, I might have to go up to Timberline next weekend and ride some slush!

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Damn!! This thread got me so excited, I tuned and waxed up the Splitboard in anticipation!!!

 

Shit, I might have to go up to Timberline next weekend and ride some slush!

 

Keep driving, go to Baker. It's in great shape still.

I skied the Coleman-Deming on Saturday (9/15). 4700' vertical of decent corn, ~2.5 miles of hiking in on good trail. Waaay better environs than da Hood this time of year.

 

It's always ski season in WA bishes! :fahq:

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Keep driving, go to Baker. It's in great shape still.

I skied the Coleman-Deming on Saturday (9/15). 4700' vertical of decent corn, ~2.5 miles of hiking in on good trail. Waaay better environs than da Hood this time of year.

 

It's always ski season in WA bishes! :fahq:

 

I was just in Trout Lake on a school outing. No skis! Doh! :mad:

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Damn!! This thread got me so excited, I tuned and waxed up the Splitboard in anticipation!!!

 

Shit, I might have to go up to Timberline next weekend and ride some slush!

 

Keep driving, go to Baker. It's in great shape still.

I skied the Coleman-Deming on Saturday (9/15). 4700' vertical of decent corn, ~2.5 miles of hiking in on good trail. Waaay better environs than da Hood this time of year.

 

It's always ski season in WA bishes! :fahq:

 

 

Yeah, I could do that too... But that is a WAAAY longer drive... Hood, while sucky, is only 45 min. away.

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Good times in the south coast 2006-2007:

 

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Wedge Couloir

 

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Steep Creek

 

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Steep Creek

 

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Birthday Chute Area

 

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Birthday Chute

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