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Paradise skiing, 12/15

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I went up to Paradise with a few friends to ski yesterday and had a good time in the copious fresh snow. It was blowing spindrift and snowing most of the time, but my friends got in some good turns while I flailed gracelessly downhill. The east slopes were heavily windloaded and we saw a recent foot-high fracture line on the way down (Geek the Greek skied right over it in the whiteout).

 

A party of out-of-towners was headed up to Muir that day to attempt a summit climb shocked.gif. They said they had a week to do it and were going to stay at the hut there if necessary. So I'm curious: has anyone here made an extended (forced or otherwise) stay at Le Grand Hotel Muir in the winter? I'd love to hear stories of puffing with the resident snafflehounds to pass the time between trips outside to shovel the door clear.

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