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Liberty Ridge conditions observed

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A pair of us just wrapped the high orbit around Rainier. Looking up at Liberty Ridge, we observed significant debris washed over the upper slopes beneath the summit.

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How did Ptarmigan and Curtis Ridges look? Was there much ice on Curtis?

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Ptarmigan looked good! Curtis was plastered on the schurman side, looked like runnels connected the ledges on the carbon side. Though I'm not entirely dialed with the Curtis route.

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