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unclebo
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Sept 29, 2012 Heliotrope Ridge
« on: 10/02/12, 09:31 PM »

Is skiing in September a sign of making the season last longer or being an optimist for what's to come...that was the question pondered on the trail up to the lower climbing camp.  I think we scared some folks from Alpine Ascents with our ski gear, got in 1,000 feet of skiing on sun cups that were a little stiffer than we thought...however it was great fun!   We ran into three other groups with skiiers including a father/son team overnighting it.


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Re: Sept 29, 2012 Heliotrope Ridge
« Reply #1 on: 10/05/12, 06:21 AM »

nice
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Re: Sept 29, 2012 Heliotrope Ridge
« Reply #2 on: 10/06/12, 09:45 PM »

good question to ponder.
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