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Jonn-E
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April 12, 2012 Hyak Update!
« on: 04/13/12, 08:02 AM »

It's still Hyak.
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Plinko
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Re: April 12, 2012 Hyak Update!
« Reply #1 on: 04/13/12, 08:47 AM »

Have they raped the slopes yet in preparation for Holy Oly?
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Re: April 12, 2012 Hyak Update!
« Reply #2 on: 04/13/12, 01:00 PM »

They're doing that @ Central this Saturday and for the first time ever it's open to skiers, too. I expect to see some of you free-heelers out there showing us one-plankers how it's done.

While the original Holy Oly is dead, at least Hyak isn't destroyed. "Tour" on!



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Moral of story is don't ski when you can snowboard
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Re: April 12, 2012 Hyak Update!
« Reply #3 on: 04/13/12, 04:44 PM »

Yes!  Friday 13th - no wind, blue ski, 55 degrees at top of Hyak lift.  Only a handful of folks skinning & doing laps front and back.  Even with warm temperatures the snow stayed firm, with just a spiff of corn on top to smooth out the old rain and sun dimples.  Great spring skiing!
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