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dave schultz

pan dome falls??

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heard something in the grapevine about the ski patrollers no longer allowing the walk around to get to the top to set up a TR. Sack up for the lead!

 

not that the walk around did not require some sacking up also.

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Over the past weekend it looks pretty baked out and hacked out. The drop in freezing level should make it at least solid and frozen. Though I don't know how good it might still be structurally. I opted for solo night skiing on Herman vice solo night ice climbing on Pan Dome.

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I climbed it on Friday the 7th...great ice! Seemed pretty brittle, except for the areas with forming ice(thermometer said 10 degrees). I stopped in at the Patrol shack to verify the access. They made it clear that they don't want anyone walking around to the top. Lead only.

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