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E Face Lexington condtions

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went to the base today and the moat at the foot of the face is about 8' back and 20-30' deep. We didn't see a good way to get on it without jumping.

The lower gully snow has fully separated from the upper gully snow right at the bottom of the face, looks like a massive bergschrund (about 40' tall?). Might need some more snow to melt...

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did you guys try the variation start on the right side of the face?

 

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no, didn't see anything that looked very doable or that we could get on from the snow. but maybe we missed something?

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