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Oyvind_Henningsen
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March 29, 2009, Stevens Environs
« on: 03/30/09, 04:59 PM »

Thank you Tobae, Monika, Ryan, and Matt for a good recon trip to Stevens Pass.  Lots of terrain to tour and explore in.  Some good lines to be had too.  Above 4500, N facing, shaded yielded best snow.  Little instability other than some locally wind loaded areas, sluffs and shallow soft slabs in pm on sun affected slopes.


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Lytt til erfarne fjellfolk!
John Morrow
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Re: March 29, 2009, Stevens Environs
« Reply #1 on: 03/30/09, 09:08 PM »

Cool Oyvind, I always wondered how that burn area skied and haven't made the effort to get there.  Thanks for the info.  We pondered an exploration of that area in a loop trip across the divide but settled on Arrowhead instead.  Now I see it has more than enough potential to make the trek.
Thanks again,
John
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