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September 12, 2002, Paradise Glacier, Mt. Rainier
« on: 09/16/02, 04:48 AM »

Amar and I decided to ski RJ's "Stash" instead of heading up to the Squak Glacier on Baker. Great weather combined with little suncupping made for some 900+ vertical feet of continuous skiing. Definitely can tell we're late in the year with not much softening (pray for snow). Explored and called it a day after a couple of yo-yo runs and 3,900' of total vertical gain.

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Re: September 12, 2002, Paradise Glacier, Mt. Rain
« Reply #1 on: 10/04/02, 02:35 PM »

David,
Don't forget "the rules".  Wink
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