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godskid5

recent hood pics?

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Looking for some info on recent conditions on ss, or sunshine route of hood.

specifically any pics of snow conditions on routes would be great.

Thanks!

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Here's some pics I took on a ride yesterday from Surveyor's Ridge- if you PM me your email address, I will send you big files when I get a chance- you'll be able to see where the upper crevasses are pretty clearly.

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Surveyor_s_Ridge.jpg

 

 

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We took a look at Sunshine yesterday, the route is in great shape except for the 'schrund below Horseshoe, near wall-to-wall. The only viable way around was all the way left under the Elliot Headwall, which was a bowling alley in the sun. Turned around below the schrund.

 

My pics are still in the camera, I'll post some for you tonight.

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Both of the above taken Saturday. hope it provides something for ya.

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Climbed up Sunshine on 7/11 from the Langille Crags. At that point, we went to the right around Anderson Rock then up to Horseshoe Rock, where we had to traverse WAY right, all the way to Cathedral Ridge, in order to avoid the bergie under Horseshoe. We were still able to access the ridge from the snow, but a crevasse/moat was forming that may make getting on the ridge a bit tricky. I'll see if I can post some pics for you (if I can figure out how).

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