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Split the cost of the snow cat on Mt. Hood

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My group of three is looking to split the cost of taking the snow cat to the top of palmer with another group. We're planning on taking it and climbing either early morning Saturday 5/2 or Sunday 5/3.

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You should have been there last weekend, they were at Silcox in force, including the lead 'cat of Sir Vivian Fuchs 1957 IGY traverse of Antarctica.

 

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To clarify timberline doesn't facilitate grouping people in the snowcat so it is $500 to reserve and can hold up to 12 people. We're going to split the cost with as many people as we can.

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