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nurserock

[TR] Diamond Peak - Pioneer Gulch 5/15/2009

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Trip: Diamond Peak - Pioneer Gulch

 

Date: 5/15/2009

 

Trip Report:

Skied Diamond Peak Friday, finding some of the sweetest conditions I've ever encountered there. Was able to ski right off the summit, shortly after 1 PM with lovely, uniform surface conditions from the get-go.

 

Gear Notes:

skins and crampons. at about 9:45 near timberline the skins started to slip on the steepening, still-firm surface. crampons served well the rest of the way (though one could have made do without them)

 

Approach Notes:

The Pioneer Gulch road is blocked by snow only a quarter mile short of the trailhead.

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Nurserock,

Would this be a good conditioning hike(not monotonous) without the benefit of skis? Looking to stretch my legs without the current unsafe conditions of my local volcanoes.

 

RS

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