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snoholic
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1/16-1/17 Lichtenberg
« on: 01/18/13, 09:06 AM »

I spent two day exploring Lichtenburg. Never saw anybody else on the mountain Smiley. Found nice recycled powder still hanging out on the deeply shaded NW-NE facing slopes. The sun warmed pre-corn snow was nice off the summit ridges on the SW facing side, the fun turned into not so fun deep slush about half way down. Be ready to outrun your sluff and don't forget you skin wax.


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Re: 1/16-1/17 Lichtenberg
« Reply #1 on: 01/18/13, 09:54 AM »

hey that looks just like the Fleur de Lis...   Wink

nice to have a couple of days to explore all the aspects. looks fun!
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Stefan
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Re: 1/16-1/17 Lichtenberg
« Reply #2 on: 01/18/13, 10:19 AM »

Similar but different.
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John Morrow
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Re: 1/16-1/17 Lichtenberg
« Reply #3 on: 01/18/13, 11:09 AM »

Similar but different.

"Der lichtenslot"  Love that line.  But it always is chunked up with tree bombs and nasty! (not, just diverting folks from temptation!)
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