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May 3, 2009, Snoqualmie Pass
« on: 05/03/09, 07:42 PM »

Decided on a late day leisure stroll up the Phantom. Left the parking lot at 2:30, back to the car at 5:30.  Variable goo down low, acceptable in the forest, very gooey up high.  Turned around at ~5600 or so due to goo and a not small amount of new wet slide debris mixed in with the trees. Kicked in a reasonable bootpack up to ~5300 for those that think things will freeze up overnight.  Red's still looking skiable, but reddening by the day. Granite's now skiable to the merger of the avy swaths. Rain runnelled the upper snow a little. 


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