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silaswild
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March 12, 2009, Rosslaufspitze (east of Innsbruck)
« on: 03/12/09, 12:55 PM »

Up late after a slideshow party last night, we were off at 9 and skiing by 10 as weather was turning from bluebird to another snowy day.  Luckily we had a track for all but the final 700' of our tour in calf deep powder.   A great steep run down in fairly well spaced trees, again reminiscent of Snoqualmie Pass ski touring.


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Re: March 12, 2009, Rosslaufspitze (east of Innsbruck)
« Reply #1 on: 03/12/09, 01:37 PM »

I'd agree. Those trees in the photos are pretty well spaced!
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Re: March 12, 2009, Rosslaufspitze (east of Innsbruck)
« Reply #2 on: 03/13/09, 10:42 AM »

I'd agree. Those trees in the photos are pretty well spaced!
Ok you kids are paying close attention!   I will have to find one of the photos from in the trees to post as well.  The higher stuff was deeper and more easily recorded.  Smiley
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Re: March 12, 2009, Rosslaufspitze (east of Innsbruck)
« Reply #3 on: 03/13/09, 03:44 PM »

Love the photos....keep 'em coming please....
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Re: March 12, 2009, Rosslaufspitze (east of Innsbruck)
« Reply #4 on: 03/15/09, 12:39 AM »

I'd agree. Those trees in the photos are pretty well spaced!
Photos above are from the upper part of the run, here you can see the lower treed region, taken the next day from across the valley.


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