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Andrew Farley

[TR] Lookout Mt. Lookout - 12/8/2012

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Trip: Lookout Mt. Lookout -


Date: 12/8/2012


Trip Report:

Two friends and I went up to Lookout Mt. Lookout for the weekend. We were excited to get into the mountains as two of us have had little break for fun in the last month or two. The large amounts of snow and low temps made for some great down hill skiing and some horrific skinning. With so much un-consolidated snow it took us much longer to get to the lookout than we had anticipated.

We got to the TH at 9:15, left the car at 9:30 @ 1,300 ft. We were skinning at 2,000 ft. The ~5 miles and 4500 ft that has taken snowshoers 4 hours took us almost 9. Two of us have been there before and we were on route the whole time. We took turns breaking trail and becoming exhausted, skied into the dark and arrived at ~6:30.

We ate, drank and were in bed by 8:30. We ran two three laps on Lookout on Sunday and headed down. The descent took two hours.











Gear Notes:

Avi gear, skis


Approach Notes:

Park a few miles up Cascade River Road

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all day miserable ascent through bottomless fluff? sounds familiar! think we managed to get a bunch drunker that evening than ya'll though :)

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shiiiiiit, if it weren't for you red-neck white-boys, my ass would still be struggling to reach the damn hut :)


i do look forward to going back someday when i can actually see the vistas :P

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