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March 11, 2004, Muir Snowfield
« on: 03/13/04, 05:05 AM »

With Thursday's warm weather, I thought I'd make a "sick day" pilgrimage to Camp Muir.  The main snowfield was pretty wind ravaged, however, the steep shot coming down from Anvil Rock (skiers left from Muir) was superb - an inch or 2 of smooth corn on top of hardpack.  I skied down on to the Paradise Glacier (looks to be in excellent shape) and then cut right back on to the Muir Snowfield.  It was so good I had to do it again.  A good tour would be to stay on the Paradise and head back via Cowlitz Rocks. I headed back to Paradise by skiing way over to skier's right where it was a little smoother, then down to Pan Point from there.  
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