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October 31, 2015, Mt. McCrae, Selkirks
« on: 11/01/15, 09:20 PM »

Did a fun mega posse attack on Mt. McCrae. 50-70cm base at treeline in the meadows. Didn't go to the glacier due to heavy winds at treeline. I expect the alpine could be close to a meter now. Wanted to ski the pass today but everyone was too hung from the festivities. Too bad cause this could have been me https://www.facebook.com/chris.rubens.37/videos/vb.100000743169659/1056146851086744/?type=2&theater

Also for those not in the know this is a good resource on current conditions mainly in the canadian rockies but also in the selkirks sometimes as well https://www.facebook.com/groups/532259223516611/


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