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Jan 8 - Swiss Glacier - Lone Pine Rogers pass
« on: 01/11/10, 07:11 PM »

Seemed like a good time to head away from the coast with the impending weather forecast of increasing freezing levels!

Day one, Lone Pine.
more pics here


Gavan's first time in the Pass


Tyler the splitter still working on his downhill skiing with skins skills...


We found the slope and the vis held off. It was warm in the alpine -5, and -12 in the valley!


Tyler heading down!


down we go!



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Re: Jan 8 - Swiss Glacier - Lone Pine Rogers pass
« Reply #1 on: 01/11/10, 09:29 PM »

Dang, looks fun!  I'd like to get some snow down here like that!  Nice pictures too - I should know this, but are you using a point and shoot or a DSLR?
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Re: Jan 8 - Swiss Glacier - Lone Pine Rogers pass
« Reply #2 on: 01/13/10, 01:00 PM »

Some shots were with a Canon G10.  Some with a CAnon SLR - T1i with a Sigma lens
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