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kristys
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May 30, 2009, Cascade Pass
« on: 05/31/09, 06:56 AM »

Heidi and I skied from Sahalee Arm at about 1:00 in fairly good spring snow, slower lower as skis collected sticky goo. Hike in from lot (toilet needs pumping) to trail head 2-3 mi. New bridges in, but remaining piles of debris. Glad to have hiking boots.
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Re: May 30, 2009, Cascade Pass
« Reply #1 on: 05/31/09, 09:10 AM »

Nice informative first post, kristys. 
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Re: May 30, 2009, Cascade Pass
« Reply #2 on: 06/01/09, 08:59 AM »

Thanks for the beta, kristys.  Did you hike up the summer trail to Cascade Pass or skin the gully?
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Re: May 30, 2009, Cascade Pass
« Reply #3 on: 06/09/09, 12:26 PM »

Thanks for the beta, kristys.  Did you hike up the summer trail to Cascade Pass or skin the gully?
We skinned and post-holed up the gully.
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