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markinator2000

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Hello Folks,

 

I am a fellow mountain enthusiast from Colorado looking to do a bit of ski mountaineering next week in the Cascades. I have been involved as an assistant instructor with a ski mountaineering school in Colorado for a couple years, so I am not without some experience. But that experience is solely related to non-glaciated peaks.

 

As such, my partner and I are thinking of skiing the south side of Mount Adams, as I believe it to be crevasse-free. Can someone point me to either a book or website that covers the route in detail, with trailhead directions, map (though I will suppliment with USGS topos), and description.

 

Sincerely,

 

Mark Fell

 

 

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